The slope of each point on the line on the graph is the rate of change at that point. If the graph is a straight line, then its slope is constant. If the graph is a curved line, then its slope changes.
The slope of a line is the change in y coordinates divided by the change in x coordinates. Zero is the slope of a flat line. The steeper the line, the greater the value of the slope. For instance a slope of 587 is steeper than a slope of 48. A vertical line is not given a slope measurement - it is said to be indeterminate, so there is no representation for the "steepest" line. An extremely steep line will have a slope value approaching plus or minus infinity.
The line y = 6 is horizontal and has a slope of zero, as does any line that is parallel to it.
The slope is -4
A line with a constant y-value and a slope of 0 is known as a horizontal line.
find the constant of variation and the slope of the given line from the graph of y=2.5x
A single value for x and a single value for y represent a point, not a line. A point cannot have a slope.
The Slope is Undefined, the line is vertical
It tells you the relationship between the X value and the Y value is constant.
A constant, a flat line
Without an equation, you know nothing about the slope of a line just because x equals 0. Slope is the change in y value divided by the change in x value over a segment of a line. When you only have a single x value, there is no change so the slope is undefined. Or if you are stating the value of x is 0 for all values of y, then the slope is infinite.
The slope equation is y = mx + b where m is slope for y = 3 we have y = 0 (x) +3 so m = 0 = slope So slope is zero line is constant y = 3
It has infinite slope.
The slope is -3 .
Slope is 6.
the slope of the line is -4