Question about Texas Instruments TI-84 Plus Calculator
I couldn't find how to find the slope in an equation from any other sites.
Posted by Anonymous on
If your equation can be written in the form of a function (y=f(x)),
the slope of the function at a point is the derivative of the function at the point. For any function that is not a constant or linear, you need calculus to find the slope.
If the function is of the form y= ax +b, the slope is the value a.
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