Finding the equation of a straight-line graph using two points on the graph
Linear graphs and models
General Mathematics: Units 1 and 2
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This video is another in the General Maths Units 1 and 2 course looking at how to find the equation of a straight line using only two coordinates (or points!). Building on past content, I take a look at how you can use the equation y=mx+c alongside two coordinates on a graph to find the equation of the line. I show you two different ways of doing this (the hard way and the easy way) with a number of worked examples all explained in my own unique way!
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