Q: What is a 1 to 5 ratio slope?

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The line perpendicular to a line with a slope of 1/5 has a slope of -5.

Points: (1, -5) and (3, 5) Slope: 5

The slope is 5.

There is no slope because it works out as 0

the slope is a ratio and really has no units.

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The line perpendicular to a line with a slope of 1/5 has a slope of -5.

Points: (10, 1) and (5, 2)Slope: -1/5

The rise is 2 and the run is 5. The ratio is called the slope, which in this case is 2/5 or 0.4.

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the answer is - 1/5

Points: (1, -3) and (2, -5) Slope: -2

-5x - 6y = 2 is the standard form of a linear equation in two variables. So the slope is the negative ratio of the coefficients of x and y, -(-5/-6) = -5/6, and the y-intercept is the ratio of the constant and the coefficient of y, 2/-6 = -1/3.

Endpoints: (-1, 1) and (1, 5) Slope: 2

It is the slope.

-5

Points: (1, -5) and (3, 5) Slope: 5

Points: (1, -5) and (3, 5) Slope: 5