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Equation Of A Line From Two Points

Equation Of A Line From Two Points

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Equation of line represents coordinates and Slope of a curve. We can write equation of a line from two points by equation y = mx + c. In this equation 'y' and 'x' are two vertices, 'm' is Slope and 'c' is y- intercept.
To write line equation we need two points i.e. 'x' and 'y'. If we know these two points we can write equation of line. Let us understand it with an example. If we have two points (5, 9). Here value 'x' is 5 and value of 'y' is 9. We can write its equation as y = mx + c => 9 = 5x + c.

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