Anika Klein

2022-01-30

How do you write x-5=0 in standard form?

ebbonxah

Beginner2022-01-31Added 15 answers

Explanation:

In general the standard form for a linear equation is

Ax+By=C

with$A,B,C\in \mathbb{Z}$ and $A\ge 0$

In this case A=1, B=0, and C=5

So we could claim that the standard form was;

1*x+0*y=5

but this seems a bit pedantic.

In general the standard form for a linear equation is

Ax+By=C

with

In this case A=1, B=0, and C=5

So we could claim that the standard form was;

1*x+0*y=5

but this seems a bit pedantic.