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# Put m x and y in find b equation of the line put in m

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Unformatted text preview: and point Sl Slope = m Point (x, y) right? Put m, x and y in Find b Equation of the line: put in m and b y = mx + b Perpendicular Perpendicular lines Have the opposite reciprocal slope th Invert fraction notation of slope Change sign 2 m1 = − 2 3 5 y =− x− 5 5 5 m2 = + 2 Find Find equation from slope and point Sl Slope = m Point (x, y) right? Put m, x and y in Find b Equation of the line: put in m and b y = mx + b Point Point-slope form of line y2 − y1 m= x2 − x1 Thi This is the slope equation th If you know a point, call it point 1 Point 2 will be the generic variables of the equation: drop off the 2 from x and y Multiply both sides by (x2—x1) to get (y — y1 ) = m (x — x1 ) Put in known point and slope Computer Computer log in with your Wolf ID Course ID is brown26127 ID You should have purchased access, either with your new textbook from bookstore, or online with credit card Log in to mymathlab.com at this time We will go over some pointers for use...
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