Algebra 1
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What is the slope, m, of the line that contains the points (12, 16), (3, 4) and (6,8)?

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Choose any 2 points, I would choose, for example (3,4) and (6,8).
Then use the slope formula:
m=(y2y1)/(x2x1)
so it would be:
m=(84)/(6+3)= 4/3
The slope is 4/3
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I'm sure that's right

I think that you're right too. Thank so much for your help.

Yo are welcome
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