Keaton Good

2022-01-31

How do you write y-5=4(x+2) in standard form?

votaren10

Expert

Explanation:
the equation of a line in standard form is.
Ax+By=C
where A is a positive integer and B, C are integers
rearrange y-5=4(x+2) into this form
$⇒y-5=4x+8$
subtract y from both sides
$\text{⧸}y-\text{⧸}y-5=4x-y+8$
$⇒-5=4x-y+8$
subtract 8 from both sides
$-5-8=4x-y+\text{⧸}8-\text{⧸}8$
$⇒4x-y=-13←$ in standard form

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