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5-4

Reteaching

The point-slope form of a nonvertical linear equation is y – y

1

= m(x – x

1

). In

this equation, m is the slope and (x

1

, y

1

) is a point on the graph of the equation.

A line passes through (5, –2) and has a slope –. !hat is an equation for this line

in point"slope for#$

y – y

1

= m(x – x

1

)

Use point-slope form.

y – ( – 2) = – (x – 5)

Substitute (5, – 2) for (x1, y1) and – 3 for m.

y % 2 = – (x – 5)

Simplif.

A line passes through (1, &) and (2, '). !hat is an equation for this line in

point"slope for#$ !hat is an equation for this line in slope"intercept for#$

(irst use the t)o given points to find the slope.

' & 5

5

2 1 1

m

−

= = =

−

*se the slope and one point to )rite an equation in

point"slope for#.

y – y

1

= m(x – x

1

)

Use point-slope form

y – & = 5(x – 1)

Substitute (1, 4) for (x1, y1) and 5 for m.

y – & = 5x – 5

Distributi!e "ropert

y = 5x – 1

#dd 4 to ea$% side.

An equation in point"slope for# is y – & = 5(x – 1). An equation in slope"intercept

for# is y = 5x – 1.

Exercises

Write an equation for the line through the given point and with the given slope m.

1. (–1, )+ m = –

1

&

2. (,, –5)+ m = &

3. (–2, –5)+ m =

2

**Write an equation in point-slope form of the line through the given points. Then
**

write the equation in slope-intercept form.

4. (1, &) and (2, ,) 5. (2, -) and (, –2) 6. (&, –5) and (–2, –2)

"oint-Slope &orm

Problem

Problem

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Name Class Date

5-4

Reteaching ($ontinued)

.ou can use the point"slope for# of an equation to help graph the equation. The

point given /0 the point"slope for# provides a place to start on the graph. 1lot a

point there. Then use the slope fro# the point"slope for# to locate another point

in either direction. Then dra) a line through the points 0ou have plotted.

What is the graph of the equation

1

2 ( 1) $

y x − = −

The equation is in point"slope for#, so the line passes through (1, 2) and has a

slope of

1

.

1lot the point (1, 2).

*se the slope,

1

. (ro# (1, 2), go up 1 unit

and then right units. 2ra) a point.

2ra) a line through the t)o points.

3ecause

1 1

−

=

−

, 0ou can start at (1, 2) and go do)n 1 unit and to the left units to

locate a third point on the line.

Exercises

Graph each equation.

7. y – = 2(x % 1)

8. y % 2 =

2

(x – 2) 9. y – & = –

1

2

(x % 1)

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