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Do Two Points Always Determine a Linear Function II?
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Learners analyze the difference between the slope intercept and standard forms of a line in this task. Given two general points using letters they explore linear functions and linear equations.
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linear functions and equations, slope intercept form of linear equation, standard form of a linear equation, math
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