The graph of the equationy = 2x + any numberis a straight line with a slope of 2.
It is a horizontal line that intersects the y axis at negative 1
It will be a horizontal line
For a positive number, as the slope(y=mx+b where m is the slope) gets greater in value, the line gets steeper when plotted on a graph. For a negative number, as the slope(y=mx+b where m is the slope) gets greater in value, the line gets less steep when plotted on a graph.
The trend of a graph is the slope of any line on the graph that indicated a positive or growth factor and/or a negative or decaying factor. If the slope goes negative, the graph's line will go down thus indicating decay. If the slope becomes positive, the graph's line will go up thus indicating growth.
the line rises to the left if it is negative instead of the right. \ .\ ..\ ...\ ....\ .....\ ......\ like that
the line goes down from left to right as the absolute value of the negative slope get bigger, the graph of the line gets steeper as the absolute value of the negative slope gets smaller, the graph of the line gets less steep ( apex )
A direct relationship if the slope of the line is positive. An inverse relationship if the slope of the line is negative.
If the line slants up and to the right, it has a positive slope. If it is slanting up and to the left, it has a negative slope.
it is a negative slope.
A negative slope is a slope occurs whenever an increase in the x value of the equation of a line causes the y value to decrease. If you're looking at the graph, the line with slope downwards from left to right.
A. As the absolute value of the negative slope gets bigger, the graph of the line gets steeper B. The line goes up from left to right C. As the absolute value of the negative slope gets smaller, the graph of the line gets less steep D. The line goes down from left to right E. The line shifts down
Negative slope on a speed/time graph indicates decreasing speed. (Some call it "deceleration", although I wish they wouldn't.)
The slope for a straight line graph is the ratio of the amount by which the graph goes up (the rise) for every unit that it goes to the right (the run). If the graph goes down, the slope is negative. For a curved graph, the gradient at any point is the slope of the tangent to the graph at that point.
This depends on what the graph represents. If it is a graph of velocity on the vertical and time on the horizontal, then if acceleration is at a constant rate, the graph will be a straight line with positive slope (pointing 'up'). If acceleration stops, then the graph will be a horizontal line (zero acceleration or deceleration). If it is deceleration (negative acceleration), then the graph will have negative slope (pointing down).