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without graphing identify the slope and the yintercept, 3x+4y=4
Thank you.

ok you could change the equation so it equals to y
 3x =  4  4y
 4y =  3x + 4
Divide by  4.
y =  3/4 + 1 
slope = 3/4
yintercept = 1 
Priscilla left out an x
y = (3/4)x + 1
Slope and yintercept are correct 
4y = 3x +4
divide by 4
4y/4 = (3/4)x + 4/4
y = (3/4)x 1
the slope is 3/4 and the y intercept is 1 
I was wrong. Thanks Bun
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