# Writing Equations With 2 Points

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Students will write slope intercept equations from 2 points.

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• 1.
What is the equation of the following 2 points? (1,5) (2,7)
• A.

Y = 2/3x + 3

• B.

Y = 2x - 4

• C.

Y = 2x + 3

• 2.
What is the equation of the following 2 points? (0, 1) (3,-8)
• A.

Y = -3x - 1

• B.

Y = -3x + 1

• C.

Y = 1x - 3

• 3.
What is the equation of the following 2 points? (2, -3)  (4, -2)
• A.

Y= 1/2x - 4

• B.

Y = 2x - 7

• C.

Y = 1/2x + 2

• 4.
What is the equation of the following 2 points? (2, 5)  (4, 2)
• A.

Y = -3/2x + 8

• B.

Y = 8x - 3/2

• C.

Y = -3/2x + 6 1/3

• 5.
What is the equation of the following 2 points? (-3, -5)  (-1, 3)
• A.

Y = 4x - 7

• B.

Y = 4x + 7

• C.

Y = 1/4x + 3 1/4

• 6.
What is the equation of the following 2 points? (3, -1)  (-6, -4)
• A.

Y = 3x - 2

• B.

Y = 1/3x - 2

• C.

Y = 1/3x - 10

• 7.
What is the equation of the following 2 points? (4, 1) (-4, 7)
• A.

Y = -3/4x - 15

• B.

Y= -4/3x + 4

• C.

Y = -3/4x + 4

• 8.
What is the equation of the following 2 points? (-1, 2) (3, 4)
• A.

Y = 1/2x + 5/2

• B.

Y = 1/2x + 4

• C.

Y = 2x + 2/5

• 9.
What is the equation of the following 2 points? (-1, -4) (2, 0)
• A.

Y = 4/3x - 4/3

• B.

Y= 4/3x - 8/3

• C.

Y = 3/8x - 8/3

• 10.
What is the equation of the following 2 points? (3, -1) (-3, 5)
• A.

Y = 4x - 13

• B.

Y = -x - 4

• C.

Y = -x + 2