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The slope of a perpendicular line is not defined.

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It could be referring to a perpendicular line

If you are asking for slope, the slope of one line is m, the slope of the other is -1/m. For example, if the slope for one line is 5, the slope of the other line is -1/5 = -0.2 . (Math Open Reference)

(I am going to assume you are higher or in grade 9 math) So use the y=mx + b Use the negative reciprocal of the "m"(slope) part. Do this by simply flipping the fraction. This slope will be perpendicular to the original formula.

Since the inverse of a function is it's reflection over the line x=y, which has a slope of 1. The only way a function can be It'a own inverse is if it is a liner function whose slope is perpendicular to the line. Since a perpendicular line is any line with the negative recoprocal of the slope, any linear function whose slope is -1 will be it's own inverse. - stefanie math 7-12 teacher

gradient in math refers to the slope of a line

No. You are referring to a line on an XY graph, where X is the horizontal axis and Y is the vertical one. Equations are commonly graphed this way. Slope refers to the angle at which the graphed line goes up or down. If it is steep, it is a higher slope. If it is closer to flat, it is a low slope. Intercept refers to the point at which the line crosses the Y axis.

A straight line that intersects another straight line at 90 degrees

A right bisector of a line segment, is better know as a perpendicular bisector. It is a line that divides the original line in half and is perpendicular to it (makes a right angle).

In geometric terms, one line is said to be perpendicular to another when their angle of intersection is 90°

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It means a line that intersects with another line. Where as parallel would be a lines that do not intersect, ever.

A trend is a math term. It is on a line graph. It is a slope between two variables.

The slope of a line is the vertical change when you move one unit to the left or right.With a larger slope, a line becomes steeper, and with a smaller slope it becomes more shallow. y=mx+b This is an equation for a line. It's called the point-slope form. In this equation, m is the slope.

a run in math is referring to slope, which is rise over run. rise is how far you travel up, and run is how far you travel over.

In math, the same as taking the derivative - basically, finding the slope of a line or curve.

It is the equation of a straight line plotted on the Cartesian plane.

my nan The founder or father of math slope is Rene Descartes, he was the first person to bring about math slope.

"Perpendicular" means at an angle of 90° to a given line, plane, or surface.

It is a straight line equation as for example when y = 3x+6 then 3 is the slope and 6 is the y intercept.

The slope m of this line - its steepness, or slant - can be calculated like this:m = change in y-valuechange in x-value It also indicates the rise or fall of a graph. The slope of a line is Y = mx + b

perpendicular to y = 2x + 3, y-intercept is 5.the answer is y = -Â½x + 5if you are still confused, i want you to follow the link below. it's a math help vedio that explain the concept clearly.http://www.brightstorm.com/d/math/s/algebra/u/linear-equations-and-their-graphs/t/writing-equations-in-slope-intercept-form

In math, the slope of a line represents its steepness. It is the change in y values over the change in the values of x, or rise over run.

It was the French mathematician Rene Descartes who introduced coordinate geometry that includes the slope of a straight line on the Cartesian plane.

Assuming you mean the slope of a line, not the scope, the slope of a line is determined by its rise over its run. Take 2 points on the line (x1,y1), (x2,y2) and find the slope by plugging it into this equation: (x1-x2)/(y1-y2). If the answer is positive, the slope is positive, if the answer is negative, the slope is negative, if the answer is zero, the slope is zero, and if the answer is undefined (i.e. dividing by zero), your slope is undeifined.

slope is the steepness of a line, it is defined by the change in the y values divided by the change in the x values of any two points on a line (x1, y1) and (x2, y2) slope = (y1 - y2)/(x1 - x2)