When graphing lines in Algebra, it’s important to understand how to calculate the slope of a line. To calculate the slope, at least two points must be identified. You can then calculate the slope using the *Slope Formula*. The Slope Formula is defined as:

where *m* is the slope, the ordered pair *(x1, y1)* is the first point, and the ordered pair *(x2, y2)* is the second point.

- Prompting a user for input
- Saving user input to variables
- Performing arithmetic and saving results to variables
- Formatting output using variables

- Create a console project named
**CodeChallenge8LineSlopeCalculator**. - Complete the folowing tasks:
- Prompt the user to enter four values corresponding to two points of a line i.e.
**(x1, y1)**and**(x2, y2)**. - Calculate the slope using the Slope Formula.
- Display the answer to the user. Consider rounding your answer to a decimal place.

- Prompt the user to enter four values corresponding to two points of a line i.e.