Posted by **Valerie** on Wednesday, December 20, 2006 at 7:20pm.

Directions: Use what is given to write an equation of a line in STANDARD, SLOPE-INTERCEPT, AND POINT-SLOPE form.

1. m = 3 (0,4)

s=B4=3

si=3x+4

ps=y-4=3x

Are we doing these correctly?

I do not know what those forms mean, but if the line goes through (0,4) with slope 3, the equation is

y - 4 = 3 x

y = 3x + 4

which agrees with you "si"

I do not know what those forms mean, but if the line goes through (0,4) with slope 3, the equation is

y - 4 = 3 x

y = 3x + 4

which agrees with you "si"

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