== == y = -x + 5
7x = -3y + 12
y = -x-2
The equation of the line is written in the standard form, y = mx+c
It is: y = x-1
5x + 5y = 19x = 3.8 - yory = 3.8 - x
Yes it is a function. In standard form it is y=x-4.
You need it in the form f(x)= ... (whatever your equation happens to be). i.e get the equation in the form y=... Then swap the 'y' for 'f(x)'. Simple.
It is the equation of a straight line
y = 16X - 80
1) Solve the equation for the desired variable. 2) Write it in function notation. For example, if y = 2x + 3, it is already solved for "y"; just rewrite it as f(x) = 2x + 3.
It is not an equation because it doesn't have an equal sign in it so to write it in slope-intercept form is impossible
Makes no sense as written.
Yes. It is y = 0x + 3
If you mean: 2x+3y = 12 then y = -2/3x+4 whereas -2/3 is the slope and 4 is the y intercept
There is one form of linear equation that is not a function, and that is when x = c, where c is a constant.
4x + y = 10 is a perfectly valid functional form. The standard form is 4x + y - 10 = 0