A with m
through the (x1,y1)
is written in the point-slope form
if it has the following form.
In this , (x1,y1) represents a specific point on the line, and (x,y) represents any point also on the . Graphically, this means that the line passes through the point (x1,y1).
It is worth mentioning that the point-slope form can only be written for non- lines.
The point-slope form can be derived by using the . To do so, (x,y) — which represents any point on the line — is substituted for (x2,y2) into the formula.
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