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Save The Slope

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  1. Save the Mystery Slope

    Slide 1 - Save the Mystery Slope

    • HAVE FUN HA-HA, You don’t know what I'm talking about ha-ha, go on………..
    • I DARE YOU
  2. Slide 3

    • Remember!, Always be honest. That way it helps you and others 
  3. If You Already Know What Coordinate Pairs, Coordinate Points, and Coordinate Graphs Are Please Feel Free To Skip Ahead A Couple Of Slides Until You Have Found The Slide That’s Named In Big Bold Letters, Slope.

    Slide 4 - If You Already Know What Coordinate Pairs, Coordinate Points, and Coordinate Graphs Are Please Feel Free To Skip Ahead A Couple Of Slides Until You Have Found The Slide That’s Named In Big Bold Letters, Slope.

    • If You Already Know What Slope Means, You Can Very Well Skip A Couple Of Slides Until You Have Found The Slide That's Named In Big Bold Letters, Slope Linear Equations Also Called Slope Intercept Form.
    • If You Also Already Know What The Slope Intercept Form Is, Then Feel Free To Skip Over That Too.
    •   
  4. Slope:

    Slide 5 - Slope:

    • The Rate Of Change. The Growth from each point.
    • Coordinate Pairs:
    • An ordered pair is a pair of numbers used to locate a point on a coordinate plane; the first number tells how far to move horizontally and the second number tells how far to move vertically.
    • Coordinate Points:
    • Coordinates are a set of values that show an exact position. On maps and graphs it is common to have a pair of numbers to show where a point is: the first number shows the distance along (x-axis) and the second number shows the distance up or down (y-axis).
    • Origin:
    • Origin is the point on the coordinate plane where the x-axis and y-axis intersect. So (0,0).
  5. y     =    m     x  +    b

    Slide 7 - y = m x + b

    • -Slope-Intercept Formula-
    • <Y=mx + b>
  6. 2 Ways Of Finding Out The Slope of Mystery Graph

    Slide 8 - 2 Ways Of Finding Out The Slope of Mystery Graph

    •  Watch The Video On This Link 
    • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2kMUk_XRvRQ
  7. Continue Of Finding Slope

    Slide 10 - Continue Of Finding Slope

    • Using
    • &
    • We Will Find Our Mystery Slope!!!
  8. So Lets Plug In All The Numbers Into Our Slope Intercept Formula.

    Slide 12 - So Lets Plug In All The Numbers Into Our Slope Intercept Formula.

    • Depending On If It’s A Negative Or A Positive Number.
    • The Number Of Things
  9. CONGRATULATION YOU’VE FOUND THE MYSTERY GRAPH’S SLOPE!!!!

    Slide 13 - CONGRATULATION YOU’VE FOUND THE MYSTERY GRAPH’S SLOPE!!!!

  10. Identifying Equations

    Slide 14 - Identifying Equations

    • Y = 1/3x -2
    • (Y= mx + b)
  11. 4

    Slide 16 - 4

    • 5
    • 1
    • 2
    • 3
    • -1
    • -2
    • -3
    • -4
    • -5
    • 1
    • 2
    • 3
    • 4
    • 5
    • -1
    • -2
    • -3
    • -4
    • -5
    • Y = 1/3x - 2
  12. The Percentage on this sign is “percent of grade”.

    Slide 17 - The Percentage on this sign is “percent of grade”.

    • Meaning: The percent of grade is the rise or fall per 100 horizontal units. In other words, a 8 percent grade would mean the road rises or falls 8 inches (or feet or meters) for every 100 inches (or feet or meters). Horizontally travelled. To get the actual degrees of the angle, you have to the inverse tangent of the grade /100. For example, for a 8% grade, you would take inverse tangent of 8/100 which is 4.576~can change to~ 4.57 degrees.
    • In this case the inverse tangent is 7/100 which is 4.004 degrees.
    • I know this because I have had a conversation with Professor Wendy Thomas from UW. I asked her multiple questions on What slope means to her and how she can explain this sign to me. She gave me a quick definition, but I revised it and came up with the paragraph up there.
  13. ~~~~~Real Life Example~~~~~

    Slide 18 - ~~~~~Real Life Example~~~~~

    • Say Your Saving Up For This Cool Blue Car Down Below This Writing. You Open A Savings Account With $500. Each Month You Will Deposit (put in) An Additional $100. (Don’t Think About All The Interest Or Anything Like That)
  14. Parts Of The Equation

    Slide 19 - Parts Of The Equation

    • Y Is The Total Amount In The Savings Account At A Given Time.(Say At Month 3 or Month 10)
    • x Is The Number of Months
    • m (The Slope) Represents Growth. The Consistent Amount By Which The Account Changes (Increases In This Case) Each Month. So m= $100
    • b Is The Initial Amount Of Money In The Account (It’s The Y-Intercept) So At Month 0, The Amount With Which You Opened The Account, So b= $500. Which Is What I Started With In My Rate of Change.
  15. The Equation Itself

    Slide 20 - The Equation Itself

    • Putting All The Parts Together You Have,
    • Y= $100x + $500
    • At x= 0, y= 500
    • At x= 8, y= $100(8) + $500= $1,300
    • How Long Would It Take For You To Have Saved Up To $5,000?-->
  16. 100

    Slide 21 - 100

    • 200
    • 300
    • 400
    • 500
    • 600
    • -100
    • -200
    • -300
    • -400
    • -500
    • -600
    • -600
    • 600
    • 500
    • -500
    • 400
    • -400
    • 300
    • -300
    • 200
    • -200
    • 100
    • -100
    • Y= $100x + $500
    • X
    • Y
    • -5
    • -500
    • -4
    • -400
    • -3
    • -300
    • -2
    • -200
    • -1
    • -100
    • 0
    • 500
    • 1
    • 600
  17. CONGRATULATION YOU LEARNED SLOPE!!

    Slide 22 - CONGRATULATION YOU LEARNED SLOPE!!

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    • COMPLETED A COURSE!!!!
    • Please Take This Survey That I Have Prepared For You On The Next Slides.