How do you write y=−34x+52 in standard form?

Gerald Ritter

Gerald Ritter

Answered

2022-01-31

How do you write y=34x+52 in standard form?

Answer & Explanation

Prince Huang

Prince Huang

Expert

2022-02-01Added 15 answers

Explanation:
You are given a Linear Equation : y=34x+52
The Standard Form for a linear equation in two variables, x and y, is
Ax+By=C, where
A,B and C are are all integer values.
Consider the given Linear Equation : y=34x+52
Multiply both sides of the equation by 4
4y=4[34x+52]
4y=4(34)x+4(52)
4y=4(34)x+42(52)
4y=3x+(2)(5)
4y+3x=3x+10+3x
Rearrange the terms on the left hand side to bring the equation to the Standard Form.
3x+4y=10
Hence, 4x+3y=10 is the required equation in Standard Form.

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