This is the quiz that I used in my Honors Algebra 1 course for writing linear equations. Students were given two points, and asked to find the equation for the line that goes through the two points in point-slope, slope-intercept, and standard forms. In addition to the work listed on the download, I gave each student a piece of graph paper, and asked them to graph the equation. The reason for this was twofold: first, to assess their graphing skills; second, to assess whether they view the three forms as equivalent, or as separate entities. I had several students whose graphs included multiple lines, instead of just one.