A. Writing Equations into SlopeIntercept Form Given the Slope and YIntercept
 Use y = mx + b.
 Substitute the slope value in place of "m".
 Substitute the yintercept value in place of "b".


B. Writing Equations into SlopeIntercept Given the Slope and some Point on the Line
 Use pointslope form: y  k = m(x  h), where the given ordered pair is (h,k).
 Substitute the slope value in place of "m".
 Substitute the "h" coordinate in place of "h".
 Substitute the "k" coordinate in place of "k".
 Distribute the slope value.
 Add or subtract the "k" value on both sides to isolate "y".


C. Writing Equations into SlopeIntercept Given Two Points on the Line
 Find the slope by using the given points and the formula for finding slope. m = (y_{2}  y_{1})/(x_{2}  x_{1})
 Use pointslope form: y  k = m(x  h).
 Substitute the slope value in place of "m".
 Choose one of the two given points to substitute in place of "h" and "k".
 Distribute the slope value.
 Add or subtract the "k" value on both sides to isolate "y".


