Friday

April 18, 2014

April 18, 2014

Posted by **Jasmine20** on Thursday, January 25, 2007 at 4:28pm.

It says:

Prove the point-slope equation property which is :

Point-slope equation(an nonvertical line with slope m and containing a point (X1,Y1) has the point-slope equation of y-y1=m(x-x1).

Now show that any point (x2,y2) on the line described must satisfy the equation, and that any point satisfying the equation must be on the line described.

**Related Questions**

MATH! - What type of lines have a slope of zero? Write the equation of a line ...

Algebra HELP!! - Write the equation of the line that contains the points (2, 2) ...

Algebra - Given a line containing the points(1,4), (2,7) and (3,10) determine ...

math - What happens to y as x gets larger? What happens to x as y gets larger? d...

math,help - this other one how can i actually prove it if this is the equation ...

algebra 3 - what is the equation of the line with {3,3} and is perpendicular to ...

Linear Equation in Two Variables - I have to take a college placement test and ...

Math - Write your answer in standard form. Show all your work if you want to be ...

Math - I had an assignment containing 45 problems, and I am unsure of 4, can you...

math - i have more than one question so if u no any of the answers please tell ...