# Khan academy point slope form

## Intro to point-slope form

Write equations in point-slope form given two pairs of values, and convert the equation into slope-intercept form.

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## Point-slope & slope-intercept equations

Point-Slope Form from Table

Point-slope is the general form y-y?=m(x-x?) for linear equations. Point-slope form is an.
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