How do you write y−6=43(x−3) in standard form?

Wendy Gutierrez

Wendy Gutierrez

Answered

2022-01-29

How do you write y6=43(x3) in standard form?

Answer & Explanation

Madelyn Townsend

Madelyn Townsend

Expert

2022-01-30Added 13 answers

Explanation:
The given equation of line: y6=43(x3) can be rewritten in slope intercept form as follows
y6=43x433
y=43x4+6
y=43x+2
trnovitom06

trnovitom06

Expert

2022-01-31Added 12 answers

Explanation:
We are essentially trying to get this equation into slope-intercept form, so the only thing we want on the left is a y.
In our example, we can start by distributing the 43 on the right side to get
y6=43x4
Next, lets

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