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Q: What is this equation in standard form 4y equals -6 plus 4x?

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3x-6y=-8

The equation of the line is written in the standard form, y = mx+c

The slope is the coefficient of x in the standard form and so it is 2.

A quadratic equation.

Dearest one,standard form refers to making an equation in the form of y = x + c therefore y = 3x - 8 _____ 6

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It is an expression in two variable: it is NOT an equation. There is no standard form for expressions.

X-y=1

3x-6y=-8

The equation of the line is written in the standard form, y = mx+c

A linear equation in the slope intercept form or the standard form.

Yes it is a function. In standard form it is y=x-4.

The slope is the coefficient of x in the standard form and so it is 2.

A quadratic equation.

An equation such as y = mx + c is said to be in standard form. From such an equation, Gradient = coefficient of x = 3

Dearest one,standard form refers to making an equation in the form of y = x + c therefore y = 3x - 8 _____ 6

In the equation y x-5 2 plus 16 the standard form of the equation is 13. You find the answer to this by finding the value of X.

It is the general form of a quadratic equation.

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