The gradient of a line is the same as the slope of a line. It will tell someone measuring the line how straight the line is.
no. you tell me. why is this not on the internet.
You must find the slope, if it is positive, then the line is always increasing. If it is negative, then the line is always decreasing.
The gradient of a distance-time graph gives the object's speed.
It depends on which calculator! If the data is linear, you can estimate the slope of the line and the y-intercept from graphing the data. By graphing the data, you will be able to tell if it forms a straight line or not.
The equation does not have and y variable in it: it is of the form x = c. Alternatively, the x coordinates of both points are the same and the y coordinates are not.
so that you can easily tell what the answer is by extending the line on the graph instead of calculating it
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Differentiate the curve twice and then enter a value for x. If the answer is positive, the gradient is increasing at that point. If the answer is negative, the gradient is decreasing at that point. And if the answer is zero, the gradient is not changing.
it is impossible to tell the slope of a line graph without proper points to evaluate from.
For a positive number, as the slope(y=mx+b where m is the slope) gets greater in value, the line gets steeper when plotted on a graph. For a negative number, as the slope(y=mx+b where m is the slope) gets greater in value, the line gets less steep when plotted on a graph.
I'll be happy to answer that question as soon as you show me the line or reveal its algebraic description. Without that information, it's not possible to tell what the line is.
It could be but it is difficult to tell without seeing the lines!
Nothing. Slope is a measure used in graphing and algebra. Feet and inches are units of linear measurement.
you cannot without a guide or the line ticket which gives the date of manufacture
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If you think of it as a hill, then the gradient points toward the top of the hill. With the same analogy, directional derivatives would tell the slope of the ground in a direction.
No one can tell you where that "fine line" is without reviewing the entire situation.
Well, you can't just put in , I'll tell you that. The only way to do it is to have a square image of the gradient saved somewhere else on the web that will be repeated like a tile on the background. Once you do, you will have to insert the following HTML code: Just change the URL above to the URL of the gradient image.
It is a horizontal line.
yea you are not suppose to tell them but the way you line up for an onside kick they will know already.
mahatma Gandhian can tell the time without a clock!