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5.2 Point-Slope Form
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by Jonathan Shaffer
| 22 Questions
Note from the author:
Assignment for using the point-slope formula and converting from point-slope to slope-intercept form.
For the first six questions, type in the equation of the line in point-slope form. Do not use spaces.
1
2 pts
(1, -5); m=3
2
2 pts

3
2 pts

4
2 pts

5
2 pts

6
2 pts

Write the equation of the line in slope-intercept form.
7
3 pts

8
1 pt
Graph the equation above using the applet below
9
3 pts

10
3 pts

11
3 pts

12
3 pts

13
3 pts

14
1 pt
Graph the equation above using the graphing applet below.
For the next four questions, find the slope and use the point to write an equation of the line in point-slope form.
15
3 pts
Write the equation of the line above.
16
3 pts
What is the equation of the line above?
17
3 pts
What is the equation of the line above?
18
3 pts
What is the equation of the line above?
Write the equation of the line parallel to the given line in slope-intercept form.
19
3 pts

20
3 pts

21
3 pts

22
3 pts
Put the items in order below to take a point and a slope and turn it into a slope-intercept form equation.
1. Rearrange so the equation looks like "y=mx + b"
2. Get y alone but adding or subtracting the number on the left side
3. Input m and (x₁,y₂) into the point-slope equation. Covert any double negative signs to positives
4. Distribute the slope over the parentheses