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Q: What is a flatter slope?

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Flatter lines have a _____ slope than that of steeper lines

As the slope gets smaller and smaller the line gets flatter and flatter (or more horizontal).

Steeper lines have a steeper slope.

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Slope or gradient that, in absolute terms, is small.

makes line steeper or flatter

Bigger - APEX

Yes it does. Velocity = Displacement / Time. On a graph of displacement vs time, the slope is the velocity. Steeper slope = higher velocity, flatter slope = lower velocity.

The slope is the ratio of the vertical increase divided by the horizontal increase. The slope of a flat line is 0. The slope of a flatter line is smaller than the slope of a steeper line. A positive slop indicates that the line move up from left to right. A negative slope means that the line moves down from left to right.

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A two percent (or 1:50) is considered a good slope for the drainage of lawn areas. The type of soil you have will also affect drainage. With a more sandy soil a flatter slope may be fine.

less steep (apex)

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