Q: What are some real world examples for positive slope?

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mountains?

y=mx+c where y is the output and m is the slope

The horizon for example is a zero slope, it is or flat or horizontal like a zero slope. Another example is a piece of plywood on its side it is flat, horizontal, and it doesn't increase or decrease.

The slope is any real number.

The exact center of the Earth.

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Taking a ski lift to the top of a hill.

A positive slope is simply a slope going upward on a graph from left to right. A negative slope is a slope going downward from left to right. Often, negative slopes are the reverse of positive slopes and are both depending on the person's direction.

What does it mean if a slope is numerically a higher value than another slope

a skier going up a hill a skier going down a hill

How do you interpret the slope and y intercept in a real world case?

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Positive correlation = the slope of the scattered dots will rise from left to right (positive slope) Negative correlation = the slope of the scattered dots will fall from left to right (negative slope) No correlation = no real visible slope, the dots are too scattered to tell.

The slope of a line on a graph can be zero, or any positive or negative real whole number or fraction or decimal.

mountains?

A ladder leaning against a wall. The slated part of the roof of a house.

y=mx+c where y is the output and m is the slope

in the real world