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# What's the easiest/quickest way to come up with an equation

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23 Jun 2005, 08:00
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What's the easiest/quickest way to come up with an equation that containes two different points (a,b) and (x,y) on a plane ?
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23 Jun 2005, 08:12
The line that passes through (a,b) and (c,d) is:

(x-a)/(y-b) = (c-a)/(d-b)
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