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Chapter 6: Section 4 Point-Slope Form

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The formula Point-Slope Form Slope: m The point: (x1, y1)

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**Use it When should we use this formula?**

When you have a point and the slope! Write the equation of the line that has a slope, m = 3/4, and goes through the point, (2, -1)

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**Write the equations of the following lines in point-slope form**

point: (3, 4); m = -3 point: (-2, 0); m = -2/5 point: (0, 4); m = 1

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**Put the previous three linear equations into slope-intercept form.**

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**Can you get point slope from just two points?**

(2, 3) and (1, 5) (-4, 1) and (0, 6)

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Assignment Page 308 Numbers: multiples of 3 Number: 60

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