## Gradients of Lines Worksheets Example 1

The gradient is the slope of a straight-line graph, also known as a linear function. In words we refer to the gradient as steep, or less steep, but mathematically we are able to more accurately describe the gradient using numbers. A positive gradient moves in a different direction to a negative gradient. This is much more easily understood by looking rather than reading so take a look at the visual below with your teacher.

## Gradients of Lines Worksheets Example 2

We have talked about the gradients of straight line graphs worksheets, but curves have gradients too. The only difference is that the gradient of a curve is different depending on which point we are looking at. We will notice that sometimes the curve is steep and sometimes the curve is less steep, there is usually a point on the curve where there will be no gradient, this is where the gradient equals to 0. Our new differentiation of curves worksheets are currently in the mix. If you’re super keen to get these asap please pop a comment below and we’ll ramp it up in priority.
For other straight-line graphs worksheets try here: Straight-Line Graphs Worksheets. For Quadratic Graphs try here: Quadratic Graphs Worksheets.

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