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This quiz is designed to assess if you know how to find a slope given two points on a line. You will also be assessed on steepness of a given slope and horizontal and undefined slopes.
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Sample QuestionFind the slope of the line passing through the points (2,1), (0,1).
Within the mathematical study of algebra, the steepness of a hill or line is referred to as the “slope”. This is defined as the ratio of vertical difference to horizontal difference between two points; the rise to the...
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Sample QuestionWhich type of slope is shown?
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Sample QuestionCalculate the slope of the line that goes through A(4, 5) and B(2, 7)
Find the slope of the line given the equation in either standard or slopeintercept form.
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Sample QuestionWhat is the slope of the graph with the equation y= 4x + 7
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Point slope is the calculation of gradient of a line at en exact point within the line. The point slope quiz below consists of five simple questions to test and advance your knowledge on the subject.
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Sample QuestionWhat is the equation in point slope form given the slope is 6 and goes through the point (4,16).
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Sample QuestionMatthew wants to rent a limousine for the prom. He calls the company to find out that the cost is $150 plus $0.25 per mile. Which equation below shows the cost, y, of renting the limousine for x miles?
Are you ready for a geometry quiz? It's a point, line, and plane quiz that will not only allow you to get to know how much understanding of these three geometrical terms you have, but you will also clear any misconceptions...
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Sample QuestionThe following are types of lines. (check all answers that are correct)
This quiz will test slope, intercepts and parameter changes.
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Sample QuestionDetermine the slope of the line.
This quiz will assess finding slope from a table, two points, graph, and equation.
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Sample QuestionWhich line is steeper?
When it comes to linear functions, the slope of a line or hill is calculated by the ratio of the vertical change between two points to the horizontal change between those two same points. Can you calculate it?
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Sample QuestionFind the slope of the line.
This is a quiz designed to find out what you know about slope intercept form.ï¿½ If you do great, you get to play Algebra vs. Cockroaches
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Sample QuestionHow would you graph the following equation?y = 1/2x + 3
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Sample QuestionFind the slope of the line containing points (5, 3) and (2, 1)
In algebra, the slope of a linear function can be defined as “the rise over the run”, i.e. the ratio of vertical differnce between two points to the horizontal difference between the same two points. Reckon you can...
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Sample QuestionWhat is the slope of the line containing points (3, 5) and (2, 4)?
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