anonymous
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Part 1: If we were to estimate the horizontal distance for this hill as 306 feet., could you find the slope of the line? To answer this question, you need to remember that the slope of a line is defined as the "rise over the run". Write your answer as a fraction in simplest form (do not write as a mixed number).
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That is the picture.
aaronq
  • aaronq
so the slope would be the distance going up over the distance going horizontally slope=\(\dfrac{distance_{vertical}}{distance_{horizontal}}\)

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aaronq
  • aaronq
just as if you were finding the slope of a line on a cartesian plane slope=\(\dfrac{\Delta y}{\Delta x}\)
Lonnie2018
  • Lonnie2018
do you divide that? or is it a fraction?

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