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Q: What is this 3x equals 2y plus 7 in standard form?

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The standard form is 7x + 2y - 3 = 0

-7x - 2y = -3

3x + 2y = 7

3x = 2y + 7 The standard form is: 3x - 2y - 7 = 0

3x-2y-7=0

In standard form it is 4x - 4y = 6 or 2x - 2y = 3

3x = y

Standard form is: y = Mx + b so you must solve for y 3x = 2y + 7 3x - 7 = 2y 2y = 3x - 7 y = ( 3 / 2 )x - ( 7 / 2 )

3+4x=2y-9 Convert to standard form: 2y = 4x+12 or y = 2x+6 The slope, then, is the coefficient of x ie 2.

This means that 2y - 3 = 2y + 4 which is not possible.

To express 2y = 3x + 12 in standard form, move the terms with variables to the one side of the equals sign and move the number-only term to the opposite side. In this case, only the 3x needs to be moved to satisfy this requirement; so, simply subtract 3x from both sides:2y - 3x = 12

It is: y = x+5 in y = mx+b form

If: -3x+2y = 12 Then: y = 1.5x+6 in slope-intercept form

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(3, 2)

y = -2x+10

Slope Intercept form) Y=0.5X=3

y = -0.5x + 5

It is: y = -3.5x+2.5 in slope-intercept form

4x+2y = 20 2y = -4x+20 y = -2x+10

3x+2y=9 2y=9-3x y=-1.5x-4.5

3x+2y = 1 2y = -3x+1 y = -1.5x+0.5

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