This is a one-sided Notes page that teaches students how to write the equation of a line. It gives them two options to look for: slope-intercept form of a line or point-slope form of a line. Then 8 examples follow below where they have to decide which information they are given and then write the equation of the line accordingly. Key included.
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Writing Equations of Parallel & Perpendicular Lines Notes
Writing Equations of Lines Foldable
Writing Equations of Lines Practice
Writing Equations of Lines Practice #2
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