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Hi, I am a super hero and my name is perfect square. You can describe me with numbers like 1,4, and 9. Because those are numbers that have perfect squares. Also you might wanna watch out for terminating decimal. He likes to make decimals stop.
Today I will tell you about things dealing with slope. One thing you need to know is what the y-intercept is. It is where the line on the graph crosses the y-axis.
You will also need to know about the rate of change. The y-intercept and the rate of change is what makes up the slope intercept formula.
One way to describe functions or lines on a graph is to tell if it's Linear. Something is only linear if it can form or does form a straight line. It is non-linear if it doesn't form a straight line.
Hello, I am Terminating Decimal. I didn't come here for trouble today because I really like this topic that Perfect Square is talking about. Proportional is another way to describe a function or a line on a graph. You can tell if something is proportional when it creates or is a line that runs through the origin on a graph.
Also remember that functions are big parts of dealing with slope. They are relationships or expressions dealing with one or more variables.
With the information we have given you, now you know just a little about slope!
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