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Polynomial factorization

Kinsley Moon

Answered

2022-01-28

How do you write $y-\frac{1}{4}=-3(x+\frac{1}{4})$ in standard form?

Answer & Explanation

Kaitlynn Noble

Expert

2022-01-29Added 12 answers

Explanation:

First we begin by distributing the -3 on the right side of the equation:

$y-\frac{1}{4}=-3x-\frac{3}{4}$

From here, there are a few ways you can proceed. You can work with the fractions, but I prefer to get rid of them, in this case by multiplying by 4:

4y-1=-12x-3

Now its

First we begin by distributing the -3 on the right side of the equation:

From here, there are a few ways you can proceed. You can work with the fractions, but I prefer to get rid of them, in this case by multiplying by 4:

4y-1=-12x-3

Now its

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