anonymous
  • anonymous
I am not understanding the slopes... HELP
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anonymous
  • anonymous
what exactly in the slopes u don't understand ?!
pokemon23
  • pokemon23
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anonymous
  • anonymous
slope is the rate of change of with respect to x

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anonymous
  • anonymous
of y*
anonymous
  • anonymous
for any function in the form y(x) = ..... the slope can be found at any point by deriving the function in terms of x. i.e. y'(x)
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  • UnkleRhaukus
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anonymous
  • anonymous
so it is where x and y meet
anonymous
  • anonymous
no slope is essentially the steepness of the line. the steeper the line the higher the value of the slope. make sense?
anonymous
  • anonymous
rise/run
anonymous
  • anonymous
The easiest way to find a slope in an equation is whenever it is in slope-intercept form which is: y=mx+b where the value of m is the slope. For example, given equation: y= 5/2x+4 we can see that 5/2 is the slope. If you are given with two points (x1,y1) and (x2,y2) you can find the slope by: y2-y1/x2-x1. For example given to points: (1,2) and (3, 7), slope= (7-2)/(3-1) yields 5/2 and if you wanted to graph that it will be rise/run. |dw:1328067905798:dw|

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