**Writing Equations of Lines**

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Summary

The content focuses on strategies for solving equations of lines on the ACT exam, emphasizing the importance of understanding both algebraic and graphical solutions to deeply grasp coordinate geometry.

- Understanding how to derive the equation of a line from given numerical information or a graph is crucial for the ACT exam.
- The slope-intercept form, y=mx+b, is a key tool for finding the equation of a line when the slope and a point on the line are known.
- Algebraic solutions involve directly substituting known values into the slope-intercept form to solve for unknowns.
- Graphical solutions require interpreting the slope and using proportions to find points or intercepts on the line.
- Practicing both algebraic and graphical methods enhances understanding and flexibility in solving coordinate geometry problems.

Chapters

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Understanding Equations of Lines

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Algebraic and Graphical Solutions