Negative Slope

In the previous post we have discussed about linear equation calculator and In today’s session we are going to discuss about Negative Slope, Slope of a line is defined as a measure of steepness. Sometimes a slope is defined as the tangent of the given line that is expressed as an equation y = m x +c where m is defined the slope of the line that is equal to the m = ( y / x ) – c where c is the intercept of the line and also tan m = perpendicular / base. Slope is also defined as m = ( change in value of y ) / ( change in value of x). It can be understood by an example y = – x + 2 where value of the slope is – 1 that represents the negative slope.

Negative slope of a line is described as when a line is goes down and from left to the right side and also the negative slope of a line is defined as x coordinate of a graph is increases and the y coordinate decreases means when these definitions are written in terms of expression they are occurred as value of m < 0 that means negative value of m .(Know more about Slope in broad manner, here,)

If there are some given points of line as ( 1 , -1 ) and ( – 1 , 1 ) that are define the ( x1 , y1 ) and (x2 , y2) coordinates then calculation of a slope of line is as follows :

We have the formula of finding the slope m = y2 – y1 / x2 – x1

Here x1 = 1 , x2 = -1 , y1 = -1 and y2 = 1 , so by putting the values of x1 , x2 , y1 and y2 in the equation we get m = ( 1 ) – ( -1 ) / ( – 1 ) – ( 1 ) and by simplifying this equation them = 2 / -2 = – 1 and the slope of a given line that have the coordinate ( 1 , -1 ) and ( – 1 , 1 ) is -1.

In the next session we will discuss about Slope Formula and You can visit our website for getting any kind of help with math and www ncert nic in sample papers.

Negative Slope

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