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Find the slope of the graphed line.

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3/4 shall be our slope.

Step-by-step explanation:

You can solve the slope by doing this formula y₂ - y₁ / x₂ - x₁ = slope.

Your coordinates:

(-4,0) and (0,3)

You have to set up your formula:

3 is the y2 and 0 is the y1

3-0 for y so far.

Now, set up the x's

0 is our x2 more known as our second x

Then our x1 is -4

0 - (-4).

Our Formula:

3-0 / 0+4

**Notice the negatives canceled to a positive due to the rule.**

3/4 shall be our slope.

You could've also risen and run starting from (-4,0) to (0,3) to get a slope of 3/4.
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