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March 12 Forms Of Lines
March 12 Forms Of Lines
March 12 Forms Of Lines
March 12 Forms Of Lines
March 12 Forms Of Lines
March 12 Forms Of Lines
March 12 Forms Of Lines
March 12 Forms Of Lines
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March 12 Forms Of Lines

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  • 1. Forms of lines
  • 2. Lines come in 3 forms 1) slope - intercept form y = mx + b 2) Standard Form ax + by + c = 0 3) neither of the above
  • 3. Slope - Intercept Form is the most useful because it gives the most information in a simple manner y = mx + b m = slope b = y intercept
  • 4. Standard Form is written as a polynomial, everything on one side of the equation, no fractions, and x positive.
  • 5. Convert y = 4x + 5 to standard form 4x - y + 5 = 0
  • 6. Convert y = -4/5x + 5 to standard form 4/5x + y - 5 = 0 4x + 5y -25 = 0
  • 7. Find the equation of a line in standard form that passes through the following points (1,2) and (-4,5).

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