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Q: How do you write y equals 2x in standard form?

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2x+y=1

Standard. You need a linear equation in two variables for slope-intercept form.

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

y + 4 = 2x −1

2x+4y = -8 4y = -2x-8 y = -1/2x-2 or y = -0.5x-2

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It depends on what you are calling "standard form". 2x = 7 can be solved, but it is a standard form of an algebraic equation.

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

2x+y=1

x=3.5

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It is: y = 2x-3

16

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2x-3y=16 Write this in standard form (y = mx+c), 3y = 2x-16 or y = 2/3x - 16/3 so the slope is 2/3

Standard. You need a linear equation in two variables for slope-intercept form.

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

2x - 2y= 26

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