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

Reese Munoz

Reese Munoz

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2022-01-29

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

Answer & Explanation

pripravyf

pripravyf

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2022-01-30Added 12 answers

Explanation:
The standard form of an equation is given by;
Ax+By=C
In this question we have,
y=(-5x)+2
It can be converted into standard form by using simple algebraic operations.
First open the parenthesis bracket we get,
or, y=-5x+2
Now add 5x on both side, we get
or, y+5x=-5x+2+5x
or, y+5x=2
Arrange the above equation in standard form, we get
or, 5x+y=2

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