Q: What is the standard form for (2x 7)(x-1)0?

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7x10^7

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Ordinary form is when its the number e.g 70 000 . standard form is the digits above zero infron of how many times its multiplied. in this case the answer would be 7X10 to the power of 5 hope this helps

Writing a number in standard form simply means to express the number in its 'normal' form. Therefore, your example is written in standard form as: 7,000,000

7x10-4

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7x10^7

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

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The equation 2X - y - 8 = 0 can be rearranged into standard form as 2X - y = 8. In standard form, the variables are typically placed on the left side of the equation with the constant on the right, without any x or y terms on the same side as the constant.

y=2x y-2x=0 or 2x-y=0

2x+3y-5=0

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2x+y=1

602,040,706

Ordinary form is when its the number e.g 70 000 . standard form is the digits above zero infron of how many times its multiplied. in this case the answer would be 7X10 to the power of 5 hope this helps

It is: y = 2x-3