What is the standard form of y=1x+3

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What is the standard form of y=1x+3

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    2021-09-19T06:06:47+00:00

    Standard form is Ax + By = C where A and B are coefficients to x and y respectively.

    We have to move things to the other side of the equal sign to get the standard form, keeping in mind that the sign changes after it crosses over

    Y = 1x + 3

    We move the y to the right side

    1X + 3 – Y = 0

    Then we move the constant over

    1X – Y = -3

    The standard form of 1x + 3 = y is 1x – y = -3

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