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slope = rise/run

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Because that's the definition of 'slope'.

The slope can be remembered as "rise over run". When the slope is an integer, it means that the rise over run is positive.

Slope is 'rise over run', that is rise divided by run. In this case, that's 12 divided by 6, which equals 2.

The slope of a straight line can't be measured in units. If it is a horizontal line then there is no slope because the rise over run is 0/x, which equals zero because zero divided by everything is zero. If the line is vertical then the slope is undefined because the rise over run is x/o.

Well I think that slope is rise over run or y over x.So if y= -6+3 or -3 than the slope should be -3/x

slope of line is the ration of the rise over the run

Answer: run.

rise over run

run over rise

Rise over run

slope=rise over run

If you're talking about slope, it is rise over run. But why is it not the other way run over rise?

Rise over run ! Rise _____ run

In terms of coordinate geometry, slope equals rise over run. Take a slope that is going from upper left to lower right on the coordinate system, and a given point under the slope. Measure from the point straight up (along the y coordinate) to the slope and this gives the 'rise'. Measure straight to the right (along the x coordinate) to the slope and this gives you the 'run'. Y=Mx+B

Slope is the ratio of the rise over the run of a linear equation

The number next to "x" is the slope, so the slope for y=3x+4 is 3(rise) over 1(run) or 3(up) 1(right) ; 3/1.

The slope is rise over run. If another line was parallel, the slope would be the same.

rise over run

rise over run

figuring slope

Rise over run or y over x.

Rise over run gives you slope, not points

the change of rise over run. a positive slope goes up and a negative slope goes down