Grantham Effects of Different Values of Slope in Real Life Video Analysis

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View the weekly discussion video and respond to the following prompt. Research the definition of slope and also find at least one ‘real-life’ representation or example of slope. Based on your findings: •Define slope in your own words •Explain the effects of different values of slope for the ‘real-life’ representation you chose. (i.e. what happens as the slope increases or decreases?) •Share the links where you found the information you used You can use the example provided in the video to guide you, but you need to create an original example.

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Math Discussion
Meaning of slope
Slope refers to the degree of steepness of a section of a line or rather a line
connecting two points. In other words, it is the ratio of change in y value as a result of
the change in x value. Slope relates typically to how steep or gentle a line can be, and
it is constant anywhere on the line. Take, for example, a ski slope or roof, of which
both have a very steep slope, or th...

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