Tuesday, October 6, 2009

Zero slope and no slope

Real world Zero slope and no slope

6 comments:

caisey said...

A real life example of a zero slope would be the top bar on a swing set; it is a straight horizontal line. A real life example of a no slope line would be a light pole; it goes straight up and is vertical.

Dalton said...

A real life example of zero slope is the top of a counter. A real life example of no slope is one of the vertical goal posts on a soccer goal.

Connor Mcl said...

WEll this is the famous C-Mac and i will be telling you this evening on some real life examples of zero slope and no slope. There are plenty of examples in the real world. And Omg i have no idea what my mom is cooking right now but it smells like something i took after school yesterday with like a sweaty smell added. jezz im getting off topic anyway an example of zero slope is lines in the streets. An example of no slope would be my sexy legs when i stand, that will be all for today and also./



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Kolin C. said...

Connor, be quiet, but i agree that Shanley is a powerful wizard. An example of zero slope in real life is the top of the computer screen. An example of no slope in real life would be a tree standing straight up.

Josh Willis said...

A real life example of a zero slope is the lines on a piece of lined paper. A real life example of no slope would be a flagpole.

peter l. said...

an example of no slope would be the directional pull of gravity, which would be our perceptive "down". an example of zero slope would be the path of an air plane in the middle of its flight.