Modelling with Linear Relationships
Finding the gradient between coordinates
Modelling with Linear Relationships
Linear Algebra Skills

The Feasible Region (Fete Stall Series)

The gradient of a linear line is the measure of steepness or slope. It is found by dividing the rise by the run. If two coordinates along the line are known, then the gradient is found by dividing the difference between the ycoordinates (rise) with the difference between the xcoordinates (run).