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Subscribe Now: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=ehoweducation Watch More: http://www.youtube.com/ehoweducation You can determine if a slope is positive, negative, undefined, zero or imaginary at a point on a graph in a very specific way. Determine if a slope is positive, negative, undefined, zero or imaginary at a point on a graph with help from a distinguished math teacher in this free video clip. Expert: Marija Kero Filmmaker: Victor Varnado Series Description: Whether you're teaching algebra or are trying to learn it yourself, everyone can use a little help with mathematics every now and again. Get tips on algebra and learn how to both complete and teach various types of problems with help from a distinguished math teacher in this free video series.
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This video explains how to determine the slope of a line given the graph of a line with a negative slope. Complete Video Library at http://www.mathispower4u.com Search by Topic at http://www.mathispower4u.wordpress.com
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I'm preparing for finals so this really help me determine, my slope
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Learn how to find the rate of change from graph. The rate of change is the rate at which y-values are changing with respect to the change in x-values. To determine the rate of change from a graph, a right triangle is drawn on the graph such that the line of the graph is the hypothenuse of the right triangle. Then the rate of change of the graph is given by the length of the vertical leg of the right triangle divided by the length of the horizontal leg of the right triangle. #linearequations #sloperateofchange
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Learn how to graph linear equations written in slope intercept form. When given a linear equation in slope intercept form, (i.e. in the form y = mx + c, where m is the slope and c is the y-intercept). We first plot the y-intercept and using the slope, we can determine the rise and the run of the required line and then be able to plot the next point from the y-intercept. We then draw a straight line passing through the two plotted points. #linearequations #graphlinearequations
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Learn how to find the rate of change from a table of values. The rate of change of a set of data listed in a table of values is the rate with which the y-values are changing with respect to the x-values. To find the rate of change from a table of values we determine the rate at which the y-values are changing and divide it with the rate at which the x-values are changing. i.e. rate of change = change in y / change in x. #linearequations #sloperateofchange
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An explanation of rates of change, the change in x values and y values, how we can tell the slope of a line will be a negative or positive number depending on the direction of the line. #3.2d If you like my videos, think they are helpful, and would like to help me in return, please go to Patreon.com and become a monthly Patron and subscriber to Joann's School. Thank You! https://www.patreon.com/JoannsSchool
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How can we tell if the slope is positive or negative?
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Learn how to find the slope between two points. The slope of a line is the steepness of the line. The horizontal line has a zero slope while the vertical line has an undefined slope. To determine the slope of a line passing through two points, we need to know the coordinates of 2 points on the line. Then the slope of the line is given by the quotient of the difference between the y-coordinates and the difference between the x-coordinates. i.e. slope = (y2 - y1) / (x2 - x1). #linearequations #sloperateofchange
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This video explains how to determine where on a graph the slope of a tangent line is positive, negative, and zero. http://mathispower4u.com
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Learn how to graph linear equations written in slope intercept form. When given a linear equation in slope intercept form, (i.e. in the form y = mx + c, where m is the slope and c is the y-intercept). We first plot the y-intercept and using the slope, we can determine the rise and the run of the required line and then be able to plot the next point from the y-intercept. We then draw a straight line passing through the two plotted points. #linearequations #graphlinearequations
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Learn how to graph linear inequalities written in slope-intercept form. Linear inequalities are graphed the same way as linear equations, the only difference being that one side of the line that satisfies the inequality is shaded. Also broken line (dashes) is used when the linear inequality is 'excluded' (when less than or greater than is used) and a solid line is used when the inequality is 'included' (when greater than or equal to OR less than or equal to is used). To graph a linear inequality in slope intercept form, we first plot the y-intercept and using the slope, we can determine the rise and the run of the required line and then be able to plot the next point from the y-intercept. We then draw a straight line passing through the two plotted points. After the line representing the linear equation form of the linear inequality is drawn, we select a point either side of the line to determine which side of the line is true for the given inequality and then shade the side that satisfies the inequality. #linearinequalities #graphlinearinequalities
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This video explains how to determine if a slope is positive, negative, or zero by visually inspecting the line. For more videos and instructional resources, visit TenMarks.com. TenMarks is a standards-based program to complement any math curriculum with scaffolded lessons, guided practice, inquiry-based tasks, assessments, and interventions.
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For a complete lesson on slope of a line, go to http://www.MathHelp.com - 1000+ online math lessons with your own personal math teacher! In this lesson, students are asked to find the slope of a line given its graph. To find the slope of a line, students use the formula slope = rise over run. Problems involve lines with positive slopes, negative slopes, slopes that must be reduced, slopes of 0 (horizontal lines), and "no slopes"(vertical lines). Students also learn that the variable "m" is used to represent the slope of a line. In Algebra, we use the word "slope" to describe how steep a line is, and the slope of a line can be found using the ratio rise over run between any two points that are on that line. Since the slope of a line is a fraction, remember to reduce your slope if possible at the end of the problem. The most common mistake made in problems involving the slope of a line is to mess up the sign. To avoid this mistake, we use the following ideas: - The slope of a line that is going uphill from left to right is positive. - The slope of a line that is going downhill from left to right is negative. Note that the slope of a line that is horizontal (flat) is zero, and the slope of a line that is vertical (straight up and down) is 'no slope.' The variable "m" is used to represent the slope of a line, so if the slope of a line is 2/3, then we say that m = 2/3. The slope of a line is one of the first concepts that is introduced in the study of linear equations.
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This algebra video tutorial shows you how to write and graph linear equations in slope intercept form, point slope form, and standard form. It also discusses parallel and perpendicular lines. This video is for students taking algebra 1, 2, or college algebra. This video contains plenty of formulas, examples, and practice problems with answers / solutions that will help you on your next worksheet assignment. Here is a list of topics: 1. Slope Intercept Form - Y=mx+b Formula 2. Point Slope Form Equation: y-y1=m(x-x1) 3. Standard Form - Ax+By=C 4. How To Graph Linear Equations In Slope Intercept Form 5. How To Identify The Slope and Y-Intercept From an Equation 6. How To Use The Slope and Y Intercept to Graph a Linear Equation 7. Graphing Linear Equations In Standard Form Using X and Y Intercepts 8. Writing a Linear Equation In Point Slope Form Given a Slope and a Point 9. Converting Point Slope Form To Slope Intercept and Standard Form 10. How To Calculate The Slope Given Two Points 11. Slope Equation - Rise over Run 11. Linear Equations With Fractions 12. How To Write Linear Equations In Slope Intercept Form and Standard Form 13. Writing The Equation In Point Slope Form Given a Pair of Points 14. Parallel and Perpendicular Lines - Negative Reciprocal Slope 15. How To Determine If Two Lines / Linear Equations are Parallel, Perpendicular or Neither 16. Graphing Horizontal and Vertical Lines 17. Undefined Slope 18. Determining the slope of parallel and perpendicular lines
Learn how to find the slope between two points. The slope of a line is the steepness of the line. The horizontal line has a zero slope while the vertical line has an undefined slope. To determine the slope of a line passing through two points, we need to know the coordinates of 2 points on the line. Then the slope of the line is given by the quotient of the difference between the y-coordinates and the difference between the x-coordinates. i.e. slope = (y2 - y1) / (x2 - x1). #linearequations #sloperateofchange
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This video is an introduction to differentiation. It describes a way to approximate the slope of a curve.
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This video explains how to determine the equation of a line in slope intercept form from the graph of the line. http://mathispower4u.com
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Learn how to find the slope between two points. The slope of a line is the steepness of the line. The horizontal line has a zero slope while the vertical line has an undefined slope. To determine the slope of a line passing through two points, we need to know the coordinates of 2 points on the line. Then the slope of the line is given by the quotient of the difference between the y-coordinates and the difference between the x-coordinates. i.e. slope = (y2 - y1) / (x2 - x1). #linearequations #sloperateofchange
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This video describes how to find the slope at a point on a curve through the use of tangent lines.
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This video explains how to determine the slope of a line given the graph of a line with a positive slope. Complete Video Library at http://www.mathispower4u.com Search by Topic at http://www.mathispower4u.wordpress.com
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This video explains how to determine the equation of a line in slope intercept form from the graph of the line. http://mathispower4u.com
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This video explains how to determine the equation of a line in slope intercept form from the graph of the line. http://mathispower4u.com
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In this video tutorial you will learn about how to find slope of a line in hindi of ncert 11 th class maths. Here you will learn the formula of straight line when its angle or two points on it are given.
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This video is part of an online course, Intro Algebra Review. Check out the course here: https://www.udacity.com/course/ma004.
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Watch more Intermediate Math Skills videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/290369-How-to-Find-the-Slope-Of-a-Line Whether you're doing your math homework or trying to figure out how steep a mountain is, the slope of a line is simple to calculate and has many practical uses. Step 1: Graph the line whose slope you are measuring Use graph paper to graph the line whose slope you are measuring. Draw the line on standard x-and y-axis. Step 2: Select two points on the line Select two points on the line. Calculate where each point falls on the x- and y-axis to determine the exact points. Tip Write these points as ordered pairs – two numbers inside parentheses. First the x point, and then the y. Step 3: Subtract the y-axis locations of the two points Subtract the y-axis location of the first point from the y-axis location of the second point. The difference is called the "rise." Step 4: Subtract the x-axis locations of the two points Subtract the x-axis location of the first point from the x-axis location of the second point. This difference is called the "run." Tip Pay attention to negative and positive numbers. A negative slope means the line travels downward, while a positive slope means it rises. Step 5: Divide the rise by the run to find the slope Divide the rise in the y-axis by the run in the x-axis to find the slope of your line, an exact measurement of just how steep it is. Did You Know? Did you know? Mount Everest was named after Sir George Everest, the surveyor who used mathematical equations to calculate the location and height of the world's tallest mountain.
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This video illustrates how to determine the characteristics of the slope of a line visually, by looking at a graph of the line. For more instructional videos, as well as exercise and answer sheets, go to: http://www.thefreemathtutor.com
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Learn how to write the equation of a line in a point-slope form. The equation of a line is such that its highest exponent on its variable(s) is 1. (i.e. there are no exponents in its variable(s)). There are various forms which we can write the equation of a line: the point-slope form, the slope-intercept form, the standard form, etc. The point slope form of the equation of a line is given by y - y1 = m(x - x1). where (x1, y1) is a point on the line and m is the slope of the line. #linearequations #writelinearequations
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In this video i have discussed four types of slope 1. positive slope, 2. negative slope, 3. Zero slope and 4. undefined These slopes basically shows the relationship between the variables Watch full video for better understandings.
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Grade 9 and 10 Mathematics. Draw a line with slope and y intercept method of drawing.
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Subscribe Now: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=ehoweducation Watch More: http://www.youtube.com/ehoweducation If you are given a fractional slope we want to carry out point-slope form in the exact same way that we would as if it were a constant. Do point-slope form when the slope is a fraction with help from an experienced math professional in this free video clip. Expert: Drew Moyer Filmmaker: bjorn wilde Series Description: Mathematics is a subject that a lot of people fear, but it certainly doesn't have to be. Learn how to have fun with math with help from an experienced math professional in this free video series.
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To find the gradient of a line follow these steps: 1. Choose two points on the line 2.Draw a right angle triangle 3. Find the change in y (height) and the change in x (base) 4. Determine if the gradient is positive or negative HINT If M is positive the line slopes forward If m is negative the line slopes backwards. Good luck
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An explanation of linear equations, how to show linear relationships between x and y values by using a graph and making a line with a negative slope. Positive vs negative slope. #4.1c If you like my videos, think they are helpful, and would like to help me in return, please go to Patreon.com and become a monthly Patron and subscriber to Joann's School. Thank You! https://www.patreon.com/JoannsSchool
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Learn how to graph linear equations written in standard form. When given a linear equation in standard form, to graph the equation, we first rewrite the linear equation in slope intercept form, (i.e. in the form y = mx + c, where m is the slope and c is the y-intercept). Next we plot the y-intercept and using the slope, we can determine the rise and the run of the required line and then be able to plot the next point from the y-intercept. Finally, we draw a straight line passing through the two plotted points. Alternatively, we can determine the x-intercept and the y-intercept of the standard form linear equation by subtituting y = 0, then solve for x and substituting x = 0, then solve for y respectively. Recall that the x-intercept is the value of x when y = 0 and the y-intercept is the value of y when x = 0. After obtaining the values of the x-intercept and the y-intercept, we plot the points on the coordinate plane and then draw a line passing through the points. #linearequations #graphlinearequations
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Using graphs of linear equations and their slope-intercept forms, we take a step back to look at patterns with positive and negative slopes.
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Join us on this flipped math lesson where we visually explore the four different kinds of slope. For more MashUp Math content, visit http://www.mashupmath.com and join our free mailing list! :) This lesson answers the questions: What is slope? How do I find the slope of a function? What is a positive slope? What is a negative slope? What is a zero slope? What is an undefined slope? Our lessons are perfect for flipped classroom math teachers and students. This lesson is aligned with the common core learning standards for math and the SAT math curriculum as well. Be sure to join our mailing list at http://www.mashupmath.com
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Anmol analyzes what it means for a slope to be positive or negative (spoiler: it affects the direction of the line!).
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