It is: y = 2x-3
If you mean -2x+y = 8 then y = 2x+8 as a straight line equation
In standard form it is 4x - 4y = 6 or 2x - 2y = 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.
Simplist form of 2x plus 3-10 is 2x-7.
y + 4 = 2x −1
2x+12-3x = 5 2x-3x = 5-12 x = -7
If the original is 2x + 3x2 + 6 + 5x3, you should rearrange the terms in order of exponent:5x3 + 3x2 + 2x + 6
What is the standard form for (2x+7)(x-1)=0
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