anonymous
  • anonymous
How is slope related to right triangles on the coordinate plane?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
slope is the change in y direction devided by the change in x direction to get the ratio of change per unit of x. when you make a right triangle you mean that the horizontal and veritcals of that triangle are the x and y axi of the carthesian plane. then the slope becomes the y side divided by the x side which is also how you calculate angles within a triangle right? say|dw:1332952869799:dw| then the angle of that corner is the tangent of the y side over the x side.

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