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This is about slope and how you find slopes of a line.

Strawberry Lion

on 20 April 2010

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Transcript of Slope

Slope The fromula for slope is y-y/x-x. Slope-intercept form of a line This slide is a slope. It is going down so it is a negative correlation. This slope is positive. You read it from left to right so that's how you can tell if your slope is negative or positive. First you rise and then you run. So you count up until you meet the point and then you count over. If a line is horizontal like say if it was 7/0 it would be undefined. This slope is negative, it is going down. This is a snow slope. This is a Slope of zero.
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