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On a graph of acceleration vs. time, during deceleration the line is below zero. On a graph of speed vs. time, during deceleration the line has a negative slope (sloping downward from left to right).

The length of the downward sloping side of the ramp would be 18 feet approximately this is pythagarus theorem of the sum of squares. the answer should in fact be the number corresponding to the square root of (10*10+15*15).

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Sloping upward (from bottom left to top right).

-- Any number less than -5 is a steeper line sloping down. -- Any number greater than +5 is a steeper line sloping up.

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budget line in economics can be defined as a line which shows the various combinations of two products that can be bought in a fixed or given income.the budget lie graph is a downward sloping line whose gradient shows the ratio between the prices of two goods X and Y.there will be a parallel shift in the budget line due to an increase or decrease in income!points insyd the budget line are inefficient since income is saved and outside the line they become infeasible.

An upward sloping straight line indicates that the object being studied is moving away from the origin and that the component of its velocity in the radial direction is a constant. A downward sloping line indicates it is moving towards the origin. However, neither line says anything about the transverse component of its motion.

when the elasticity of substitution is infinity the isoquant will be a straight line sloping downward towards right.

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