This week in math 10 we learned how to find the equations from the given slope and coordinates. We also learned how to find slopes on a graph using equations. There is 3 different types of equations, including slope Y intercept: This form can be written as y=mx+b where the mx is the slope and b is the y. General Form: This is found by taking an equation in Slope Y-intercept form and getting rid of any fractions while also moving the Y to the other side. The only way you can tell anything from is by turning it to a Slope Y intercept so you can graph it. And slope point form: Slope point form is the one of the easiest ways to write an equation of a line with. You can write it as m(xm-1m)=y-1
This week we learned about Slopes. The formula to find a slope is rise, which is the y-axis and run which is the x-axis. We also learned about the four different types of slopes positive, negative, zero, and undefined slope, to find these slopes, here are some helpful tips: slope = rise / run, rise is vertical on the Y axis, the run is horizontal on the X axis, positive slope is diagonal line going to the right, negative slope is diagonal line going to the left, zero slope is always horizontal, an undefined slope is always vertical and a nice point has no decimals in the slope.