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  1. anonymous
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    theres a screenshot

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    help anyone?

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    To find the slope of the line, figure out what rise over run is. \[m=\frac{ rise }{ run }\] The rise is how much the slope goes up or down the y-axis while the run is whether it goes left or right on the x-axis. The slope formula is \[m=\frac{ y_2-y_1 }{ x_2-x_1 }\] The slope formula just indicates that you have to find the difference of the points given to you. There are no points given to you in this graph, but you can figure out the slope algebraically. The easiest way is to use the rise over run method. In this case, just count how much the slope goes down on the y axis and right on the x axis, from one point to another.

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    Two points on the graph are: (0, -2) and (4, -3).

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