How do you write y=−23x+1 in standard form?

Alex Cervantes

Alex Cervantes

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2022-01-29

How do you write y=23x+1 in standard form?

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2022-01-30Added 9 answers

The "standard form" of a linear equation is (normally considered to be)
Ax+By=C
(with x a non-negative integer)
y=23x+1
(23)x+(1)y=1
2x+3y=3

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