This is a graph showing two lines. The blue line with points A and B has a y-intercept of 4 and a calculated slope of 1. The green line with points C and D has a y-intercept of 0 and a calculated slope of 2. Note that the blue line has a greater y-intercept than the green line and its slope is lower than that of the other.

Move point B to -6 so that now the y-intercept of the blue line is lower than the green line. What is the slope of the blue line now? Is it still lower than that of the green line?