Robi has run the first 4 miles of a race in 30 minutes. She reached the 6 mile point after 45 minutes. What is the slope?

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  1. Usually, time would be on the x-axis.

    slope is change in y/change in x

    slope = (6-4)/(45-30)

    slope = 2/15 miles/minute

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