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# What is the slope of the line whose equation is y−4=5/2(x−2)?

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Answer:5/2Step-by-step explanation:We know, Equation of the slope is, y = mx + c. Where m is the slope.y - 4 = 5/2*(x-2)y = 5/2*(x-2) + 4y = (5/2)x - 5 + 4y = (5/2)x - 1y = (5/2)x + (-1) [y = mx + c form]Slope, m = 5/2Hope this will help. Please mark me brainliest.