Lainey Goodwin

2022-01-28

What is y=2x+6 written using the standard form of the equation of a line?

Dominique Green

Explanation:
"Standard form" of a linear equation is
Ax+By=C
with integer constant values for A,B, and C and $A\ge 0$
y=2x+6 can be converted into this form
subtract 2x from both sides
-2x+y=6
multiply both sides by (-1)
2x-y=-6
Standard form: 2x-y=-6

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