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Math 104: Calculus16 chapters | 135 lessons | 11 flashcard sets

What is the slope of the line represented by the following formula?

y = 2 + 6(x - 3)

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The point-slop formula allows you to relate time and location in the form of an equation. This worksheet and quiz combo will help you test your understanding of how to perform these functions using the point-slope formula. These practice assets will specifically test your understanding how to define the point-slope form of an equation in three different scenarios.

In these assessments, you'll be tested on:

- Identifying the correct equation to meet certain parameters
- Identifying the point-slope form of an equation that does meet certain parameters when given those specific parameters
- How well you understand how certain parameters relate, such as slope and starting point

This quiz and worksheet will allow you to test the following skills:

**Reading comprehension**- ensure that you draw the pertinent information on how to use the point-slope formula from the related lesson**Making connections**- use your understanding of the form and purpose of an equation to better understand the purpose, usage, and form of the point-slope formula**Problem solving**- use your acquired knowledge of the form of equations to answer practice questions in which you'll be asked to define the point-slope formula representation of a line, given certain parameters

To learn more about this important algebraic concept, review the accompanying lesson entitled Equation of a Line Using Point-Slope Formula. This lesson covers the following objectives:

- Define practical, real-world representations of the point-slope formula of a line at work
- Define the point-slope formula as a tool to relate time to location using speed
- Understand how to identify the point-slope formula of a line given certain mathematic parameters, such as the starting point of the line and the slope

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Math 104: Calculus16 chapters | 135 lessons | 11 flashcard sets

- What is a Function: Basics and Key Terms 7:57
- Graphing Basic Functions 8:01
- Compounding Functions and Graphing Functions of Functions 7:47
- Understanding and Graphing the Inverse Function 7:31
- Polynomial Functions: Properties and Factoring 7:45
- Polynomial Functions: Exponentials and Simplifying 7:45
- Exponentials, Logarithms & the Natural Log 8:36
- Slopes and Tangents on a Graph 10:05
- Equation of a Line Using Point-Slope Formula 9:27
- Implicit Functions 4:30
- Go to Graphing and Functions

- Go to Continuity

- Go to Series

- Go to Limits

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