if you are talking about the standard form of a linear equation then it's: y=(1/6)(3x+4) or y=(x/2)+(2/3)
It depends on what you are calling "standard form". 2x = 7 can be solved, but it is a standard form of an algebraic equation.
The standard form of an equation is Ax + By = C. In this type of equation, x and y are variables while A, B, and C are integers.
It is an expression in two variable: it is NOT an equation. There is no standard form for expressions.
x = 4.5
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Without an equality sign it is not an equation
Standard. You need a linear equation in two variables for slope-intercept form.
x + y = 3
The equation of the line is written in the standard form, y = mx+c
In standard form it is 4x - 4y = 6 or 2x - 2y = 3
aX+bY+cZ=0 Is a type of linear equation.
The standard form for a linear equation is Ax + By = C.
It is a straight line equation that can be simplified to: y = 3x-9
A linear equation in the slope intercept form or the standard form.
2X - y - 8 = 0the standard form of the equation is y = mx + chere you have to write the given equation in the standard form as in the form of y = mx + c2X - y - 8 = 0 - y -8 = -2x-y = -2x +8y = 2x -8so the standard form of the given equation is y = 2x - 8
A standard form of a linear equation would be: ax + by = c
Dearest one,standard form refers to making an equation in the form of y = x + c therefore y = 3x - 8 _____ 6
An equation such as y = mx + c is said to be in standard form. From such an equation, Gradient = coefficient of x = 3