Greater, of course. Look -- Let's say your mom is making you and her spaghetti for dinner. She's not going to make exactly the right amount for both of you to eat. She'll probably make a bit more. What do you do? You save it for leftovers. So, is it better for your mom to make too much food, or too little, and you not have enough to eat? Obviously, too much, because you can keep it for later.
Same with the garden. If you don't have enough, then you can't fill it all in. But if you have too much, then you can keep the extra. <em> </em><em>Don't forget to rate this answer the Brainliest!</em>
Honestly, i searched this up but google can explain it a lot better than i can :( <span>1. choose any two points on the line. 2.draw a right-angled triangle with the line as hypotenuse. 3. use the scale on each axis to find the triangle's: vertical length. 4. horizontal length.work out the vertical length ÷ horizontal length. <span>5. the result is the gradient of the line.</span></span>