Warren Velez

2023-02-27

When the equation y=4x−10 is written in the standard form, the value of ${c}^{2}$ will be.

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Beginner2023-02-28Added 4 answers

Given equation: y=4x−10

Also, y=4x−10 can be written as 4x−y−10=0

So, on compairing 4x−y−10=0 to the standard form ax+by+c=0 we get,

a=4

b=−1

c=−10

Now,

${c}^{2}=(-10{)}^{2}$

${c}^{2}=100$

Hence, value of ${c}^{2}$ is 100.

Also, y=4x−10 can be written as 4x−y−10=0

So, on compairing 4x−y−10=0 to the standard form ax+by+c=0 we get,

a=4

b=−1

c=−10

Now,

${c}^{2}=(-10{)}^{2}$

${c}^{2}=100$

Hence, value of ${c}^{2}$ is 100.