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Real-World Slope Project

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Madison Blair

on 9 October 2012

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Transcript of Real-World Slope Project

Real-World Slope Project By: Morgan Sanford and Madison Blair Positive Slope Negative Slope Undefined Slope Zero
Slope Positive slope is
represented
by the red line This hill shows positive slope;
represented by the red line Negative Slope is represented
by the red line Negative Slope is represented
by the red line The way this waterfall
flows represents undefined
slope; represented by the
red line The stems of these flowers shows undefined slope;
represented by the red lines This stick shows zero slope;
represented by the red line Where the water appears to meet the mountains shows zero slope; represented by the red line What is slope? Slope is the way a line falls. Positive slope is when a line goes up to the right. Negative slope is when a line falls down to the right. Undefined slope is when a line falls straight up and down or vertical. Zero slope when a line falls side-to-side or horizontal.
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