How do you find the slope of #x+ 2y = 4#?
Slope
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To find the slope of the equation x + 2y = 4, rearrange the equation into slopeintercept form (y = mx + b), where m is the slope:

Subtract x from both sides: 2y = x + 4

Divide all terms by 2 to isolate y: y = (1/2)x + 2
The coefficient of x, which is 1/2, represents the slope. So, the slope of the equation x + 2y = 4 is 1/2.
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