Question 70593: Just a quick question, why is it true that when you find 2 point satisfying a linear equation that you will have same graph for the line represented by the equation?? Found 2 solutions by checkley75, stanbon:Answer by checkley75(3666) (Show Source):
You can put this solution on YOUR website! Y=mX+B IS THE STANDARD EQUATION FOR A LINE THROUGH TWO POINTS WITH A SLOPE(m) & A Y INTERCEPT (b). THIS LINE IS EXPRESED AS AN EQUATION & A GRAPH OF THE LINE THROUGH THE TWO DEFINED POINTS.
You can put this solution on YOUR website! Every two pair of points has the same slope and
the equation only has one y-intercept. The slope
gives you "m"; the y-intercept gives you "b".
The equation of the line is y=mx+b and m and b
do not change no matter what two points on the
line are used.