The

**point slope form**of a line has the following form:y – y

_{1}= m(x- x_{1}) = 0where (x

_{1}, y_{1}) is a pair of coordinates and m is a slope value.To find the point slope form of a given line, simply enter a pair of coordinates (X

_{1}, Y_{1}) and a slope value, then click the “Calculate” button.Point slope form = **5x – y – 58 = 0**

**Explanation:**

(y – y_{1}) = m(x – x_{1})

(y – (2)) = 5(x – (12))

y = 5x – (60) + (2)

y = 5x + (–58)

5x – y – 58 = 0