How do you write y+9=-3(x-2) in standard form?

plorinosakl

plorinosakl

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2022-01-31

How do you write y+9=-3(x-2) in standard form?

Answer & Explanation

marzembreax

marzembreax

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2022-02-01Added 13 answers

Standard form for a linear equation is:
Ax+By=C where AZ0
3x+y=-3
Explanation:
y+9=-3(x-2)
y+9=3x+6
3x+y+9=+6
3x+y=3 (standard form)

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