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  • 1. Algebra 1- Slope
  • 2. Things that involve slope!
  • 3.
    • Slope is the ratio between vertical rise and horizontal run between any 2 points on the same line.
    • Slope= vertical rise ÷ horizontal run
    The Slope Ratio
  • 4.
    • Find the slope of a hill that has a vertical rise of 40ft and a horizontal run of 200 ft.
    • (Let m represent slope)
    Real Life Examples Vertical Rise = 40 ft Horizontal Run = 200 ft m= vertical/horizontal m= 40/200 = 1/5
  • 5.
    • The slope m of a line that passes through points (x₁, y₁) and (x₂, y₂) is
    The Slope of a Line m= rise run = change in y change in x y₂-y₁ = x₂-x₁
    • Where (x₁, y₁) and (x₂, y₂) are any 2 points on the same line and x₁≠x₂.
  • 6.
    • Let (x₁, y₁)= (1,0) and (x₂,y₂)=(3,4)
    • Find m.
    Positive Slope y₂-y₁ x₂-x₁ m= = 4-0 3-1 = 2 4 = 2 There is a positive slope of 2 therefore the line rises from left to right.
  • 7. Negative Slope Let (x₁, y₁)= (0,3) and (x₂,y₂)=(4,1) Find m. y₂-y₁ x₂-x₁ m= = 1-3 4-0 = 4 -2 = -1 There is a negative slope of -1/2 therefore the line falls from left to right. 2
  • 8. Zero Slope
    • Let (x₁, y₁)= (1,2) and (x₂,y₂)=(4,2)
    • Find m.
    y₂-y₁ x₂-x₁ m= = 2-2 4-1 = 3 0 = 0 There is a zero slope therefore the line is horizontal. We can compare this to walking across the floor.
  • 9. Undefined Slope
    • Let (x₁, y₁)= (3,-1) and (x₂,y₂)=(3,3)
    • Find m.
    y₂-y₁ x₂-x₁ m= = 3-⁻1 5-5 = 0 4 = Undefined! The slope is undefined because division by 0 is undefined and the expression 4/0 has no meaning. This line is vertical and we can compare it to walking up a wall, impossible.
  • 10. Summary: Slope of Lines Positive- rises left to right Negative- falls left to right Zero- horizontal Undefined- vertical
  • 11.
    • y=mx+b where m and b are constants, then the graph of that equation is a line with slope m and y-intercept b.
    • The bigger the slope, the steeper the line.
    • Even of you choose completely different points on the same line, the slope will remain constant.
    Slope Intercept Form of a Line
  • 12. Example
    • Find the slope and y-intercept of the line and then graph the line.
    3x + 5y −15 = 0 y= x+ 3 -3 5 Solve for y by subtracting 5y from both side and then divinding both sides by -5. slope y-intercept
  • 13.
    • The top of the ladder is 12ft from the ground. The base of the ladder is 5ft from the wall. What is the slope of the ladder?
    Ladder rise 12 run 5 = 12ft 5ft
  • 14. Making Sense of Slope! A D C B E Choose different pairs of points on the line and find their slope. What do you notice? What conclusion can you draw?
  • 15. Making Sense of Slope! Anwsers mAB= mBC= mCD= mDE= 1 2 1 2 1 2 1 2 Now, based on the conclusion that the slope is ½ between each set of points, complete the sentence: No matter what pair of points you choose on a line, the ______ remains constant. *slope
  • 16. The Slope of the Road The slope of the road is the vertical rise divided by the horizontal run. If the vertical rise is 24 feet for a horizontal run of 1 mile, determine the slope of the road. *Hint- 1 mile=5280 feet 24ft 24ft 1 1mi 5280ft 220 = = *This means that for every 1ft that you move up, you also move 220ft forward.
  • 17. CREDITS
    • Larson, Ron, Laurie Boswell, Timothy D. Kanold, and Lee Stiff. Algebra 1: Concepts and Skills . Teacher's ed. Evanston, IL: McDougal Littell, 2001. 229-233. Print.
    • Gustafson, R. David, and Peter D. Frisk. Beginning Algebra . Instructor's 3rd ed. Pacific Grove, CA: Brooks/Cole, 1992. 285-289. Print.
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