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jackyluvv

  • 2 years ago

can someone help explain how to do this please? Write the equation y - 2 = 4(x + 5) in standard form. A. 4x + y = 7 B. 4x - y = 3 C. 4x - y = -22

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  1. philo1234
    • 2 years ago
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    Standard form is ax+by=c where, 'a' is positive and all the coefficients are integers (not fractions or decimals) y-2=4(x+5) y-2=4x+20 y-22 = 4x (subtract 20 on both sides) -22 = 4x-y (subtract y on both sides) Answer: 4x-y = -22 (c)

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    any questions?

  3. jackyluvv
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    um no i think i get that now thank you very much for explaining exactly how to do it. :)

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