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Q: What is a slope used for?

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the formula used to calculate a slope is: m=y2-y1/x2-x1

This is true for many reson the answer is that it used to be called "module of slope" but now its just called slope.

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flatter slope is the slope that is near y-axis. Low slope = flatter steeper slope is the slope that near x-axis. High slope = steeper source: my super braaiiin

No. If you have more than two points for a linear function any two points can be used to find the slope.

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A nursery slope.

slope=rise over run

what we now call just the "slope" was once called the "modulus of slope", the word "modulus" being used in its sense of "number used to measure" (as in "Young's modulus").

the formula used to calculate a slope is: m=y2-y1/x2-x1

This is true for many reson the answer is that it used to be called "module of slope" but now its just called slope.

Well.. a bunny slope tends to be an easier slope where as a black diamond slope is very challenging and should only be used by experienced skiers.

The incline of a hill is its slope. The term slope is also used in math.

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Slope of a Curve A number which is used to indicate the steepness of a curve at a particular point.The slope of a curve at a point is defined to be the slope of the tangent line. Thus the slope of a curve at a point is found using the derivative

No, if the minerals are deep, slope mining is not possible.

Glacis - an artificial slope of earth used in late European fortresses

The slope of a straight line equation is: y2-y1/x2-x1

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