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Title: Slope Finding the Slope Classifying Lines by Slope, Determining Parallel and Perpendicular Lines


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Slope Finding the Slope Classifying Lines by
Slope, Determining Parallel and Perpendicular
Lines
  • Created By CEllis2
  • December 2nd, 2005

2
LOOK Here are some important notes to help YOU
with Slopes
  • The Slope of a nonvertical line is the ratio of
    the vertical change (the rise) to the horizontal
    change (the run).
  • The slope of the nonvertical line passing through
    the points (x1 y1) and (x2,y2) is
  • m y2 y1 rise
  • x2 x1 run
  • When calculating the slope of a line, be careful
    to subtract the coordinates in the correct order

BRAIN FOOD
rise
run
3
Lets See If You Can Find The Slope After All
Youve Learned
  • Find the Slope of the line passing through (-3,
    5) and (2, 1)
  • Let (x1, y1)(-3, 5) and (x2, y2) (2, 1)
  • Chose the Question Mark (?) to the right that
    is the correct answer. If you choose the wrong
    answer it will send you to the notes page for
    more reviewing. GOOD LUCK!!!
  • 5/4
  • 4/5
  • -4/5
  • -5/4

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Congratulations Your Answer Was Correct!!!
  • Take a look here and Ill explain why.
  • m y2- y1
  • x2 x1
  • 1-5 Substitute Values
  • 2-(-3)
  • -4 Simplify
  • 23
  • -4 Simplify
  • 5

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Classifying Lines By Slopes
  • A line with a positive slope rises from left to
    right (m gt 0)
  • A line with a negative slope falls from left to
    right (m lt 0)
  • A line with a slope of zero is horizontal (m0)
  • A line with an undefined slope is vertical (m is
    undefined)
  • Positive Slope Negative Slope
  • Zero Slope Undefined Slope

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Lets See What Youve Learned
  • Without Graphing tell whether the line through
    the given points rises, falls, is horizontal, or
    is vertical
  • a.) (3, -4) (1, -6)
  • Falls
  • Vertical
  • Horizontal
  • Rises

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Congratulations Your Answer Is Correct! Ill Show
You Step By Step How You Got Your Answer
  • m -6 (-4) -2 1 Because mgt 0, the
    line rise
  • 1-3 -2
  • DO YOU UNDERSTAND HOW I GOT THIS ANSWER? IF SO
    CLICK THE ARROW FOR SOME MORE PRACTICE PROBLEMS

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Lets See What Youve Learned
  • Without graphing tell whether the line through
    the given points rises, falls, is horizontal, or
    is vertical
  • b.) (2, -1) (2, 5)
  • Horizontal
  • Falls
  • Vertical
  • Rises

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Well It Seems To Me You Have A Hang On
Classifying Lines By Slopes
  • Here Are the Steps to Solving the Last Problem
    You Did.TAKE A LOOK
  • m 5-(-1) 6 Because m is undefined, the
    line is vertical
  • 2-2 0
  • I hope you understand. Now Click the arrow for
    some more classifications of lines

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Classifying Lines By Slopes
  • Classify the following line
  • Positive Negative Zero
    Undefined

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Classifying Lines By Slopes
  • Classify the following line
  • Positive Negative Undefined Zero

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You have successfully completed this tutorial if
you have any other questions that this tutorial
didnt help you with contact your teacher shell
be glad to assist you!
Congradulations!!!
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References.
  • McDougal Littel Math Book
  • Notes from Notebook
  • Thank You
  • BYE-BYE
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