## Gradient

Gradient is slope of the land and calculated by dividing the rise (vertical difference) by the run (horizontal difference).

- Work out the gradient of the slope if Point A has a height of 210 metres, Point B has a height of 70 metres, the distance between the

two points is 14cm, and the scale of the map is 1:100,000. - Work out the gradient of the slope if Point A has a height of 180 metres, Point B has a height of 150 metres, the distance between the

two points is 15cm, and the scale of the map is 1:100,000. - Work out the gradient of the slope if Point A has a height of 150 metres, Point B has a height of 100 metres, the distance between the

two points is 10cm, and the scale of the map is 1:100,000. - Work out the gradient of the slope if Point A has a height of 80 metres, Point B has a height of 70 metres, the distance between the

two points is 4cm, and the scale of the map is 1:100,000. - Work out the gradient of the slope if Point A has a height of 500 metres, Point B has a height of 400 metres, the distance between the

two points is 6cm, and the scale of the map is 1:50,000. - Work out the gradient of the slope if Point A has a height of 1000 metres, Point B has a height of 750 metres, the distance between the two points is 20cm, and the scale of the map is 1: 50,000.
- Work out the gradient of the slope if Point A has a height of 640 metres, Point B has a height of 590 metres, the distance between the

two points is 15cm, and the scale of the map is 1:50,000. - Work out the gradient of the slope if Point A has a height of 50 metres, Point B has a height of 25 metres, the distance between the

two points is 4cm, and the scale of the map is 1:50,000. - Work out the gradient of the slope if Point A has a height of 90 metres, Point B has a height of 50 metres, the distance between the

two points is 8cm, and the scale of the map is 1:100,000. - Work out the gradient of the slope if Point A has a height of 1000 metres, Point B has a height of 500 metres, the distance between the

two points is 12cm, and the scale of the map is 1:50,000. - Work out the gradient of the slope if Point A has a height of 90 metres, Point B has a height of 80 metres, the distance between the

two points is 8cm, and the scale of the map is 1:50,000.