Q: How do we find the gradient?

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(-1.5,0) (1.5,0) what is the gradient?

Draw a tangent to the curve at the point where you need the gradient and find the gradient of the line by using gradient = up divided by across

y=mx+c m=gradient c= is the y intercept in ur case: y=5x so gradient = 5

divide by the gradient

i think you do Vertical/horizontal

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(-1.5,0) (1.5,0) what is the gradient?

Draw a tangent to the curve at the point where you need the gradient and find the gradient of the line by using gradient = up divided by across

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the ratio between the vertical interval and horizontal equivalent is defined as the gradient.

y=mx+c m=gradient c= is the y intercept in ur case: y=5x so gradient = 5

divide by the gradient

i think you do Vertical/horizontal

Yes beccause: (y1-y2)/(x1-x2) = gradient

If A = (xa, ya) and B = (xb, yb) and xa is not equal to xb, then gradient of AB = (ya - yb)/(xb - xb).If xa = xb then the gradient is undefined.

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