Q: What is a Water pouring over a steep slope in a staight down direction?

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the slope which the direction of the wind blows.

Slope at any point is speed. if slope is constant (staight line)then speed is constant; if curved up speed is accelerating. If curved down it is decelerating

The speed. Also, if a positive slope represents the speed in one direction, the negative slope is the speed in the opposite direction.

Points: (4, -2) and (-5, -2) Slope: (-2--2)/(-5-4) = 0 Equation: y = -2 which will be a staight line parallel to the x axis

There's absolutely no connection or correlation whatsoever between the steepness and the direction of a slope.

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the slope which the direction of the wind blows.

Slope at any point is speed. if slope is constant (staight line)then speed is constant; if curved up speed is accelerating. If curved down it is decelerating

Plowing across the slope minimizes erosion by inhibiting water's ability to run down the slope. Plowing in the direction of the slope creates channels that water runs down, carrying the valuable topsoil with it.

If the slope (line)is in upward direction, it is called positive slope

The gentle slope is in the upwind direction. The downwind direction has a steep slope called a slip face.

A vertical line has an undefined slope.

Water flows downhill. Contour lines show the slope of the landscape, and the direction a stream must flow.

The speed. Also, if a positive slope represents the speed in one direction, the negative slope is the speed in the opposite direction.

If you dont have slope then you cant tell

A line with a slope of zero is a flat, vertical line.