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2016-01-18T03:19:02+08:00
Given the slope (m) and two points (x₁ , y₁) and (x₂, y₂),  use the two point-slope form to find the equation of the line:

First, find the slope::

       m =  \frac{y _{2}-y _{1}  }{x _{2} -x _{1} }  

Then plug-in the result to m in:

       y - y₁ = m (x - x₁)

If you don't want 2-step solution, you may use this:
  
       y - y₁ =  \frac{y _{2}-y _{1}  }{x _{2}- x_{1}  } (x - x₁)

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2016-01-18T18:59:01+08:00
Iven the slope (m) and two points (x₁ , y₁) and (x₂, y₂),  use the two point-slope form to find the equation of the line:

First, find the slope::

       m =  

Then plug-in the result to m in:

       y - y₁ = m (x - x₁)

If you don't want 2-step solution, you may use this:
  
       y - y₁ =  (x - x₁)
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