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Q: Why do you use standard form in algebra?

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Well, if we're talking algebra, then standard form is ax+by=c

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'Standard form' in algebra refers to a way of structuring (phrasing) an equation: Ax+By=C. 'Three tenths' is not an equation, though it may be part of the solution to an equation.

Write an equation in standard form of the line that passes through (7,-3) and has a y intercepted of 2

It is pitiful how not one person could use a standard calculator in Algebra.

The formula for slope would be y= mx + b Standard form would be Ax+By= C There is many of them

We use algebra to predict things.

Algebra can help us to use abtract thought in the form of mathematical solutions to resolve common everyday problems. Mb

Abelian algebra is a form of algebra in which the multiplication within an expression is commutative.

Unfortunately it is not possible to answer this question because there is no agreed definition of "standard form".

yes.Yup. Scientists use algebra all the time, no question. Even biologists.

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