So if I have 2 points $A$ and $B$ such that $F(A) = (1; a, a^3)$, and $F(B) = (1; b, b^3)$. how do I find the equation of this line in homogeneous coordinates?
So I know how to get a line the "normal" way. If I take the points $a$ and $b$ and represent them as regular Cartesian coordinates $A = (a, a^3), B = (b, b^3)$ and then say a line equation is $y = mx + b$. I could find the slope to be $(b^3-a^3)/(b-a)$ and plug that in for $m$ and then find '$b$' by plugging in the coordinates for $A$ and $B$.
But then I wouldn't know how to take that $y = mx+b$ and turn it into homogeneous coordinates. I don't think this is necessarily how I'm supposed to go about it.