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Slope-the slant of the line on a graph
SLOPE aa slant upward or downward, or the degree of such a slant aa line, surface, direction, or plane that is inclined
LINEAR RELATIONSHIP Describes variables that change proportionally Are representable on a graph as a straight line
The difference between The lines on a graph What is a linear relationship? The relation between the lines on a graph
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Slopes, The part of a hill or mountain that is at an angle
What part of a mountain is a slope? The top The top The side The side
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SLOPE OBJECTIVES TO UNDERSTAND WHAT POSITIVE AND NEGATIVE SLOPE LOOK LIKE TO UNDERSTAND WHAT ZERO AND UNDEFINED SLOPE LOOK LIKE TO UNDERSTAND WHAT.
Test Your Knowledge By Catherine Phipps. x + 3 =6 a.5 b.4 c.3 d.2.
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Let’s solve the equation: We shall use a scale to represent our equation. The variable x will be replaced with and the numbers will be represented with.
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SLOPE. The slope ( m ) of a line is a measure of how steep or slanted the line is. Just think of the pitch of a roof or steepness of a hill.
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