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Functions

Functions

Point-Slope Form Exercises

Example 1

Rewrite the equation to be in slope-intercept form: y + 1 = 2(x – 0.5).

Example 2

Rewrite the equation to be in slope-intercept form: y-2 = 7(x + 3).

Example 3

Rewrite the equation to be in slope-intercept form: y + 3 = 0.5(x + 3).

Example 4

Find the point-slope equation for the following line, using the left-most point (the point with the smaller x-coordinate) as (x1, y1).

Example 5

Find the point-slope equation for the following line, using the left-most point (the point with the smaller x-coordinate) as (x1, y1).

Example 6

Find the point-slope equation for the following line, using the left-most point (the point with the smaller x-coordinate) as (x1, y1). 

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