as downward line
It has a negative (downward) slope.
Angle od decent is the certain angle that an objecy uses, such as a ramp, to move another object, such as a ball, downward.
neg x-axis is from the origin to the left.neg y-axis is from the origin down.There's no such thing as a negative line.On the common Cartesian (x - y) graph, 'y' decreases and goes negative as you move downward, 'x' decreases and becomes negative as you move to the left,and a line with negative slope tilts downward as it proceeds from left to right.
Yes, the continental slope drops downward to the edge of the continent at which point it plummets down for the depth of the continental plate. It depends upon whom you speak with, but a nation's boundary is generally considered 200 miles beyond that.
A destructive plate boundary.
As measured by its thickness from upper boundary to lower boundary in a downward direction, the mantle is the thickest layer of the Earth.
Downward velocity is considered a negative. This is a true statement.
The part of a continent that dips gently downward and is underwater is called the continental shelf. When a continent drops steeply in to the ocean it is called a continental slope.
The continental shelf
The answer is: B. Continental slope.
The continental shelf is an extension of the cotton, only beneath water. The continental slope begins beyond the shelf and slopes downward.