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To use the two ordered pairs, you first will need to use the ordered pairs to find the slope. Rules for Using Point-Slope Form Using Two Points y2 − y1 vertical change 1. Use the formula for slope (slope = _____________ = _____ x − x ) to find the slope. horizontal change 2 1 2. Use one set of ordered pairs for the x-coordinate and y–coordinate. 3. Use point-slope form to write the equation. Example Write the equation of the line that passes through (−3, −3) and (1, 5). y −y 2 1 Step 1 Use the formula for slope (_____ x −x ) to ﬁnd the slope.

Practice Graph the following points. 1. (−7, −4) Move across the x-axis Move across the x-axis the number of units units to the . of the x-coordinate. Move up or down from the x-axis the number of units of the y-coordinate. Move x-axis 1. from the units. 2. (6, 1) 3. (−7, 0) C 4. (0, −5) Give the coordinates for each point. A 5. A 6. B D B 7. C 8. com Name Date Finding Solutions of Linear Equations An equation with two variables whose solution on a coordinate plane is a straight line is a linear equation.

Create an input/output table. 2. Select several values for x. Substitute the values for x into the inequality. Solve for y. 3. Plot each solution on the coordinate plane. 4. Draw a line so it goes through each point. If the inequality is or the line is a dashed line, if the inequality is or , then the line is a solid line. 5. Select a point on either side of the line. Plug the values into the inequality. Shade the side of the line where the test point is true. Example Graph the following equation y < 3x + 4.