anonymous
  • anonymous
this question say write each question in standard form and please show work y-5=3/2(x+4)
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schrodinger
  • schrodinger
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anonymous
  • anonymous
is x+4 in denominator?
anonymous
  • anonymous
nope
anonymous
  • anonymous
is it y-5=3(x+4)/2

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anonymous
  • anonymous
you didnt show the steps how did you get it
anonymous
  • anonymous
i didn't solve it yet, is this the correct form you say? y-5=3(x+4)/2
anonymous
  • anonymous
Standard form for a line is the following:\[ax+by=c\]You need to do whatever's necessary to your equation to get it into that form. You need to get rid of fractions, so multiply both sides by 2 first:\[2(y-5)=3(x+4)\]and expand\[2y-10=3x+12\]Now subtract 2y from both sides\[-10=3x-2y+12\]and subtract 12 from both sides\[-22=3x-2y\]So your equation in standard form is\[3x-2y=-22\]

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