#### Answer

The y intercept is at (0,2)
A 2nd point is at (4,5)

#### Work Step by Step

Since the slope is $\frac{3}{4}$ count up 3 and 4 right from the y intercept to find a 2nd point.

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The y intercept is at (0,2)
A 2nd point is at (4,5)

Since the slope is $\frac{3}{4}$ count up 3 and 4 right from the y intercept to find a 2nd point.

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