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Q: Rise is the vertical change between any two points on the line?

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The vertical change between two points separated by a horizontal difference of Dx is Dx*slope = Dx*Rise/Run

The rise, or vertical difference, between two points on the coordinate plane is the difference i their y-coordinates.

Rise is the vertical distance between the two points on the graph. This is measured using the Y axis.

The slope is the ratio of rise over the run. The rise is the change in the vertical distance.The run is the change in the horizontal distance.So the slope is the ratio of two changes, horizontal divided by vertical.

The slope between any two points in a plane is the ratio of the difference in the vertical direction (the rise) and the difference in the horizontal direction (the run). Since it is a ratio, the difference in the horizontal direction may not be zero. However, the slope of a vertical line is considered to be "infinite". With that qualification, the slope between any two points on a plane can have any real value.The slope between any two distinct points on a graph is as defined above. The slope at a single point is defined only if the relevant function is differentiable at that point and it is the slope of the tangent to graph at that point.

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No, rise is the vertical change. Run is the horizontal change.

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Yes. Slope is the distance between two different points, expressed as rise over run. The rise is the vertical distance and the run is the horizontal distance.

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The vertical change between two points separated by a horizontal difference of Dx is Dx*slope = Dx*Rise/Run

The rise, or vertical difference, between two points on the coordinate plane is the difference i their y-coordinates.

"The ratio of the vertical change to the horizontal change between two points on a line. It measures the steepness of a line." Rise = vertical change Run = horizontal change The terms are commonly used as "rise over run" because the equation for calculating the slope(m) of a line is: m = (y2-y1) / (x2-x1) the y points being the difference in rise and the x points being the difference in run m = rise / run

The vertical change is called the rise.

Rise is the vertical distance between the two points on the graph. This is measured using the Y axis.

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