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In the last lesson, I showed you how to get the **equation** of a **line** given a point
and a slope using the formula Anytime we need to get the **equation** of a **line**, we ...

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The **equation** of a **line** is typically written as y=mx+b where m is the slope and b is
the y-intercept. If you know two points that a **line** passes through, this page will ...

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The **equation** of a **line** is typically written as y=mx+b where m is the slope and b is
the y-intercept. If you a point that a **line** passes through, and its slope, this page ...

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Learn how to **find** the **equation** of the **line** with a slope of -3/4 that goes through
the point (0,8).

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In order to **find** the **equation** of a **line**, you need two things: a) a point on the **line**;
and b) the slope (sometimes called the gradient) of the **line**. But how you go ...

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Free **line equation** calculator - **find** the **equation** of a **line** given two points, a slope
, or intercept step-by-step.

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Video tutorial (You-tube) of how to write the **equation** of **line** Given Two Points
plus practice problems and free printable worksheet (pdf) on this topic.

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To write the **equation** of a **line** it is necessary to know the slope and the y
intercept. There are three possibilities which depend on the data available.
Possibility 1