How do you write y+5=-5(x-3) in standard form?

Jamarion Kerr 2022-01-29 Answered
How do you write y+5=-5(x-3) in standard form?
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Answered 2022-01-30 Author has 11 answers
Standard form for a linear equation is
Ax+By=C
y+5=-5(x-3)
y+5=-5x+15
y=-5x+10
5x+(1)y=10
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Answered 2022-01-31 Author has 10 answers
The standard form of a linear equation is Ax+By=C.
Simplify -5(x-3).
y+5=-5x+15
Move all terms containing variables to the left side of the equation.
5x+y+5=15
Move all terms not containing a variable to the right side of the equation.
5x+y=10
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