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Determining the Equation of a Line Passing Through Two Points

Instructions

For each problem, use the two point formula to determine the equation of the line that passes through the two points given.

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S1
(5, 13) and (10, 23)
y =
1
(-2, -8) and (2, -6)
y =
2
(-10, -50) and (5, 25)
y =
3
(0, 10) and (10, -20)
y =
4
(-8, -9) and (4, 6)
y =
5
(-1, 99) and (1, 101)
y =
6
(20, 5) and (-10, -22)
y =
7
(25, 22) and (-5, 16)
y =
8
(0.5, 9) and (50, -90)
y =
9
(4, 1) and (-4, 7)
y =
10
(-5, 35) and (5, -35)
y =
11
(3, -9.5) and (6, -14)
y =
12
(2, 0.75) and (3.5, 2.25)
y =
13
(1.5, -1) and (15, 53)
y =
14
(4, 3.5) and (6, 9.25)
y =
15
(0.25, -75) and (1.21, 21)
y =
16
(1, 101) and (2, 201.5)
y =
17
(2, -82) and (-4, 272)
y =
18
(-13, -180) and (13, 158)
y =
19
(7, 3.75) and (14, 7.25)
y =
20
(-4, -0.75) and (4, 1.25)
y =
   
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