Hi
How do I get the line equation from two points ?
The equation is
the two points are (1,2) and (5,5).
I know how to calculate m:
but not y, x and c ....
so this is what I'v got
Thanks
Hello, Carel!
You are that close to the answer . . .
How do I get the line equation from two points ?
The equation is
The two points are (1,2) and (5,5).
I know how to calculate . Right!
So this is what I've got: . . . . . Good!
Since is on the line, .**
. . then must satisfy the equation.
Plug them into your equation: . . . . see?
. . Therefore, the equation is: .
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It doesn't matter which point we use; the answer will be the same.
Since is on the line,
. . then must satisfy the equation.
Plug them into your equation: . . . . yay!
. . Therefore, the equation is: .
This is good way to check our answer.