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.
Provided the run is not zero, rise/run gives the gradient, or slope, between two points.
It's just rise over run
Either can be bigger: it is no big deal.
Slope refers to the gradient of a graph, for linear graphs (straight-line) this is equal to the change in y divided by the change in x - often referred to as the 'rise over the run'.
In mathematical terms, the rise is how far a line goes up for a given distance. The run is how far a line goes along for a given distance. Rise and run is the angle of inclination or slope of a member or structure, expressed as the ratio of the vertical rise to the horizontal run.
It is rise over run. (Rise divided by run)
"The ratio of the vertical change to the horizontal change between two points on a line. It measures the steepness of a line." Rise = vertical change Run = horizontal change The terms are commonly used as "rise over run" because the equation for calculating the slope(m) of a line is: m = (y2-y1) / (x2-x1) the y points being the difference in rise and the x points being the difference in run m = rise / run
rise divided by run: a fraction, rise is y and run is x (you run on a horizontal plane) (you rise on a vertical plane)
If you're talking about slope, it is rise over run. But why is it not the other way run over rise?
Change in y values over change in x values. Rise over run.
Slope is the steepness of a line. From my high school math days, I remember that slope equals rise over run. Think of the sloping line as the hypotenuse of a right triangle, and the base is sitting on the x-coordinate. Rise is the length of the vertical leg of the triangle, and run is the length of the horizontal leg. Do the division, rise divided by run, and you have a measure of the slope. You might have to pay careful attention to positives and negatives. If it's a straight line you don't have to worry about how long you make the base; the ratio (the answer to a division problem) will be the same.
If you define the rise and run in terms of the coordinates of two points on the line whose slope you are trying to find, then you should see that the two are exactly the same.
Because that's the definition of 'slope'.
Yes, rise divided by run
By Mario kart you have to calculate how much degree angle you want to get the right amount of slope rise and run.
Rise over run
Rise/run is the slope of a line.
The slope can be remembered as "rise over run". When the slope is an integer, it means that the rise over run is positive.
The difference in the x-values of two points on a line is called the run. This term is used in math when finding slope of a line. The change in y-values on a line is called the rise. The slope is given as rise divided by the run.
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.
rise and run for stairs
Rise/Run (The rise of the slope divided by the run of the slope.)
rise = 7 inches run = 11 inches