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Solve the problem. Please show all of your work. A driveway rises 11 feet over a horizontal distance of 112 feet. Find the slope of the driveway. Round your answer to two decimal places.

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    slope= 11/112

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    10.18

  • pre-algebra -

    Slope = change in vertical distance (on a graph)/change in horizontal distance, so in this case, the slope would be 11/112, or 0.982142857...

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