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spence45123

  • 2 years ago

what is a slope

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  1. spence45123
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    how do u fry fried chicken

  2. Godsgirl
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    A slope is rise/run on a graph. So when you see an example like this 1/2 you are rising 1 and running over too. So if you have an equation like thin y=1/2x+5 you put ur 5 on the graph and go from there.

  3. tasreeb
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    IT IS A RATIO OF RISE TO RUN

  4. Esteven
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    Its the steepness of a slope

  5. Esteven
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    its also rise over run

  6. Esteven
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    steepness of a line*

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