wtf is a slope?

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wtf is a slope?

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usually it has snow stuck to it :)
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like a math one

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same cocept, it is the change in elevation from one point to another
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thx.... now how d u find the y intersept on a table
a hill has slope, a roof has slope, etc etc etc...
the y interept simply means the palce that the graph crosses the y axis. the y axis is also know as x = 0. so on a table of values, the y intercept will be the value for whatever the x=0 point will indicate
i love u...
lol ..... your the first ;)
now to make an equation?
to make an equation we need "data" ..... or if we are given an equation we simply need to draw it on a graph
i gots data now how to put it in to an equation?
if we have a table of x and y values, we can probably deduce a relation between x and y to create an equation that would mimic the data. Can you give me the "list" of cpprdinates? (x,y) style
....coordinates I think im haveing a stroke sometimes :/
x -6 -4 -2 0 2 4 y -10 -7-4-1 25
oops wrong style
(-6,-10) (-4,-7)...like this?
yep
ok...lets see if the slope of between the first 2 matches the slope between the first and last..... if they do, we know its a straight line..
ok...
slope = change in "y"/ change in "x" y1-y2/x1-x2 -4--7 -4+7 3 ------- = ----- = --- -6--10 -6+10 4 our forst two points have a slope of 3/4
no they dont.... it helps if I keep track of these things lol
-10--7 -10+7 -3 -------- = ------- = --- -6--4 -6+4 -2 slope is 3/2...thats better
ahhhh
y =-10, -7, -4, -1, 25, ___ x= -6, -4, -2, 0, 2, 4 we seem to be missing a value...
y =-10, -7, -4, -1, 2, 5 might be better x= -6, -4, -2, 0, 2, 4
"y" changes by +3 --------------- all the way so our slope is a line "x" changes by +2
y = (3/2)x + b; where b is the value of our y intercept.. y = (3/2)x - 1 would be our equation
ok
does it make sense? or whould we "peel the onion of math":)
PEEL
........... ok. where do you get lost at. Finding the slope by the data given? or putting our information together into an equation?
ok...lets see if the slope of between the first 2 matches the slope between the first and last..... if they do, we know its a straight line.. from their
y =-10(+3), -7(+3), -4(+3), -1(+3)..... with each step here, the value of y increase by a value of "3". right? x= -6, -4, -2, 0, 2, 4
yeah
x= -6(+2), -4(+2), -2(+2), 0(+2), 2(+2)... and the value of "x" increases by "2" right?
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