﻿ Point Slope Form to Standard form. How to convert

Point Slope Form to Standard Form

How to convert?

It is a common to ask to have to convert equation of line from point slope form to standard form. Example of Converting from Point Slope to Standard Form

Step 1

Distribute 'm' or the slope to x −x1 Step 2

Move y1 to the other side by adding its opposite to both sides of the equation and simplify Step 3

"Move" the x term to the other side by adding its opposite to both sides Use our Calculator

You can use the calculator below to find the equation of a line from any two points. Just type numbers into the boxes below and the calculator (which has its own page here) will automatically calculate the equation of line in point slope and standard forms

(x1,y1) ,
(x2,y2) , ( Try this 'equation from 2 points' calculator on its own page here . )

Practice Converting Equations

Step 1

Distribute 'm' or the slope to x −x1 Step 2

Move y1 to the other side by adding its opposite to both sides of the equation and simplify Step 3

"Move" the x term to the other side by adding its opposite to both sides Step 1

Distribute 'm' or the slope to x −x1 Step 2

Move y1 to the other side by adding its opposite to both sides of the equation and simplify Step 3

"Move" the x term to the other side by adding its opposite to both sides Step 1

Distribute 'm' or the slope to x −x1 Step 2

Move y1 to the other side by adding its opposite to both sides of the equation and simplify Step 3

"Move" the x term to the other side by adding its opposite to both sides Step 4

An optional step, but if you want integer coefficients, then multiply by the least common multiple of the fractions in the equation Step 1

Distribute 'm' or the slope to x −x1 Step 2

Move y1 to the other side by adding its opposite to both sides of the equation and simplify Step 3

"Move" the x term to the other side by adding its opposite to both sides Step 4

An optional step, but if you want integer coefficients, then multiply by the least common multiple of the fractions in the equation Ultimate Math Solver (Free)

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