How do you write an equation of a line with it shows me a graph with a line with points (1.5,0) and (0,5)?
1 Answer

When we are given the coordinates of any two points on a line, we can use the Point Slope Form to write the equation.

The PointSlope form of the Equation of a Straight Line is:
# (yk)=m*(xh) #
#m# is the Slope of the Line
#(h,k)# are the coordinates of any point on that Line. 
To find the Equation of the Line in PointSlope form, we first need to Determine it's Slope . Finding the Slope is easy if we are given the coordinates of two points.
Slope(
The coordinates given are
Slope(
 Once the Slope is determined, pick any point on that line. Say
#(0,5)# , and Substitute it's coordinates in#(h,k)# of the PointSlope Form.
We get the PointSlope form of the equation of this line as:
 If we have to write it in the Slope Intercept form, we just modify the above equation
(The Slope Intercept form is written as
where
This is the Slope intercept Form of the equation of the line passing through
 The graph of the line would look like this:
graph{y =(10x/3)  5 [14.24, 14.24, 7.12, 7.12]}
We can see that the graph has a negative slope, and the Y intercept is