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What is Slope Assignment
List the four types of slope and sketch each type. 1.
What is the slope if the road below and how do you know? (Complete sentences) 2.
What is the the difference between a positive slope and a negative slope? (complete sentences) 3.
What is the slope of the equation below and what type of slope is it? 4x+2y = 8 4.
What is the slope of the cliff below and how do you know? (Complete sentences) 5.
What is the slope of the equation below and what type of slope is it? X+3y = 21 6.
What is the slope of the image below and how do you know ? (Complete sentences) 7.
What is the the difference between a zero slope and an undefined slope? (complete sentences) 8.
What is the slope of the image below and how do you know? (Complete Sentences) 9.
What is the slope of the equation below and what type of slope is it? 6y +10= -24x 10.
What is the slope of the ladder below and how do you know? (Complete sentences) 11.
What is the slope of the equation below and what type of slope is it? 6x - y =
What is the slope of the image below and how do you know? (Complete Sentences) 13.
What is slope? 14.
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