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Chris Graham 2 years, 12 months ago
One more thing... points A and B should be labelled the other way round. Let's give your question the context of driving in a car: if you travel from A to B then, as it stands, the gradient is positive. Related to this, you do not give any indication where the equation for the gradient comes from. You could say something like, the gradient is the ratio of the vertical change ($y2-y1$) to the horizontal change ($x2-x1$).
Chris Graham 3 years ago
Math.max()to set a minimum range displayed above the axis, e.g.
Math.max(yb+4,2)would set the 'y-max' to a minimum of 2.
You could use a similar method to check that the intercept is on the board (it currently isn't always).
Check your spelling, e.g. "coordiantes" and that your sentences read fluidly, e.g. "find the straight line equation of the line running through these points" can be written "find the equation of the straight line running through these points" and so on.
Bradley Bush 3 years agoCreated this as a copy of Find the equation of a line through two points - positive gradient.
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