How do you write y=−x−15 in standard form?

gemuntertjx 2022-09-11 Answered
How do you write y=−x−15 in standard form?
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Lorenzo Aguilar
Answered 2022-09-12 Author has 18 answers
The standard form for a linear equation is:
Ax+By=C
The equation y=−x−15 is in slope-intercept form. To convert it to standard form, add x to both sides.
x+y=−15
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