How do you write the equation of a line if you know two points on the line?
How do you find the equation of a line that passes through two points by graphing?
How do you find the slope and y-intercept of a line from two points on the line?
How do you find the equation of a line that passes through two points by using the slope formula and point-slope form?
How do you find the slope between the points (-10, 13) and (-18, -7) using the slope formula?
How do you write the equation of a line in slope-intercept form that passes through (-10, 13) and (-18, -7) by using the slope formula and point-slope form?
Does it matter which ordered pair you plug into the formula to find the equation of the line that passes through two points?
How can you re-write an equation that is in slope-intercept form in standard form?
How can you check to make sure that the equation of a line you find is correct?
How can you check that (-10, 13) and (-18, -7) are both on the line y = 5/2x + 38?
How do you write the equation of a line in slope-intercept form that passes through (-10, 13) and (-18, -7) by using the slope-intercept form and solving for b?
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This lesson is very similar to part 21 of this series. One more example problem is done in this video, and all steps are shown for finding the equation of a line that passes through two points. A few methods of finding the equation that passes between these points are shown.