How do you write an equation of a line passing through (2,3) with x-intercept 4?
The x intercept is (4, 0), which is just another point on the line.
We can find the point slope form of the line but first we must find the slope of the line.
The formula for slope is m =
Let point 1 be (2, 3) and point 2 (4,0).
Now that we know the slope we can use point slope form to find the equation of our line.
We'll use the point (4, 0) for (
y - 0 =
Your equation is y =
- Find the equations of the following lines:
a). Has a y intercept of -3 and a slope of
b). Passes through (-3,6) and (-1,7)
c) Has an x intercept of 2 and a y intercept of -9.