Natasha Gill

2022-01-30

How do you write x=17 in standard form?

Troy Sutton

Beginner2022-01-31Added 13 answers

Explanation:

"Standard Form" means different things when applied to different objects.

Polynomial Equation

This question was posted as a question about "Polynomials in Standard Form".

This equation is not a polynomial , but we can think of it as a polynomial equation.

Standard form for a polynomial equation has the polynomial on the left and 0 on the right.

For this equation, we write

Equation of a Line (Linear equation in two variables.)

We can also think of this as an equation in two variables whose graph is a straight line. (It it the vertical line through the point (17,0)

Standard form for the equation of a line is Ax+By=C

Because we usually do not write coefficients of 1 and we usually dont

"Standard Form" means different things when applied to different objects.

Polynomial Equation

This question was posted as a question about "Polynomials in Standard Form".

This equation is not a polynomial , but we can think of it as a polynomial equation.

Standard form for a polynomial equation has the polynomial on the left and 0 on the right.

For this equation, we write

Equation of a Line (Linear equation in two variables.)

We can also think of this as an equation in two variables whose graph is a straight line. (It it the vertical line through the point (17,0)

Standard form for the equation of a line is Ax+By=C

Because we usually do not write coefficients of 1 and we usually dont