Why can't the slope of a line be expressed as a decimal or a fraction? The slope of a line should be expressed as a fraction. The formula is Rise over Run. Rise is how much further up u go and run is how much further across do u
I have two questions about finding the slope. 1. If a staircase has 8 inches of rise for every 12 inches of tread, what is the slope of the staircase? So if I do rise/run that would be 8/12 and reduced would be 2/3 2. My second
Can someone please help me do the following problems? I don't care for the answers, I just wanna know how to do this stuff. I am always forgetting how to do certain things in math. 1)ABCD is a rhombus with diagonals intersecting
okay i am getting confuse with the decimals and fractions in order to make a table for the following problem.can someone help me make the tables the problem reads as follows. solve the system. 5x-3y=13 4x-3y=11 Now, i know i have
can someone check over my answers and correct them? *over means fraction 1) What would the slope be for a road that has a rise of 11m and a run of 100m? a. 22 over 100 b. 11 over 100 (THS ONE) c. 15 over 100 d. 30 over 100 2) What
What is the equation i have to use for the following question A roof rises 9.75 ft over a horizontal distance of 15.84ft. What is the slope of the roof to the nearest hundredth? Slope is given by slope=rise/run So what is the rise
1) What would the slope be for a road that has a rise of 11m and a run of 100m? a. 22 over 100 b. 11 over 100 (THS ONE) c. 15 over 100 d. 30 over 100 2) What would the slope be for a road that has a rise of 5m and a run of 100m?
A ramp has a rise of 8 and a run of 10, what's the slope? I'm not sure how to solve it. The other question is to find the slope of the line that passes through 17/2, 8) and (5/2,-1) I did -1 - 8 is 7 and 5/2 - 17/2 as -12/2 so 7/