# Equation of a Straight Line

In a cartesian plane, a line is defined as a series of x,y coordinates. The equation of a line, or linear equation, is a formula that describes this series. Learn about the three forms of linear equations in this tutorial. Continue reading

# Graphing a Straight Line

This tutorial will show you how to take the slope-intercept form of a linear equation and use it to graph a straight line. You won’t have to fear x-intercepts and y-intercepts any longer! Continue reading

# Equation of a Straight Line Using Slope-Intercept

Do you need to determine the slope and Y-intercept of a straight line, but all you have is the Standard Form of the equation (Ax + By = C)? Use this Formula Solver Series program to learn how to find the slope-intercept form. Continue reading

# Equation of a Straight Line Using Point and Slope

How do you find the equation of a straight line from the slope and a single point? Use this Formula Solver Series program to determine the Slope-Intercept, Point-Slope, and Standard forms. Continue reading

# Bottomless Worksheet of Point and Slope

This Bottomless Worksheet offers endless practice for using the slope and one point on a line to find the Point-Slope, Slope-Intercept, and Standard Forms. Ten new problems for you to solve, with printed copies and answer sheets, are always a click away. Continue reading

# Finding the Slope of a Line

Dear Professor Cram: Find the slope of the line described by the equation: y + x = -3(14 – x/3) KG, US Navy KG, thank you for this algebra question. This is a pretty straight-forward question, so here's how we Continue reading