**Y Y 1 M X X 1**. The second example if a line parallel to. In the previous lesson, we saw the slope-intercept form for straight lines.

The first example is given a gradient and a coordinate. List the prime factors of each number. The second example if a line parallel to.

## The second example if a line parallel to.

List the prime factors of each number. This video talks about how to find the equation of a line. The other format for straight-line equations is called the "point-slope" form.

### In the previous lesson, we saw the slope-intercept form for straight lines.

When it is true we have an an "exact equation" and we can proceed. The other format for straight-line equations is called the "point-slope" form. List the prime factors of each number.

This video talks about how to find the equation of a line. The first example is given a gradient and a coordinate. The other format for straight-line equations is called the "point-slope" form.

### The first example is given a gradient and a coordinate.

List the prime factors of each number. When it is true we have an an "exact equation" and we can proceed. The other format for straight-line equations is called the "point-slope" form.

This video talks about how to find the equation of a line. When it is true we have an an "exact equation" and we can proceed. The other format for straight-line equations is called the "point-slope" form.

List the prime factors of each number. The other format for straight-line equations is called the "point-slope" form. This video talks about how to find the equation of a line.