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EmmaH Group Title

what is standard form?

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  1. 03453660 Group Title
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    Standard form is the way you write any number normally. Like writing five thousand and six in stand form would be 5006

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  2. philo1234 Group Title
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    Standard form is a way to write an equation for a graph. Standard form: ax+by+c=0, where a is always positive and the coefficients are integers (that is they are not fractions or decimals)

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    Hold on are you talking about standard form as in writing an equation of a line in standard form or writing a number in standard form?

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    The "Standard Form" for writing down a polynomial is to put the terms with the highest degree first (like the "2" in x2 if there is one variable).

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    well thlve this?? Write the equation y - 2 = 4(x + 5) in standard form

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    standard form is Ax + By = C. A cannot be a fraction or a negative number

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  7. EmmaH Group Title
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    um what?

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    i gotta walk my dog. i'll explain when i get back!

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    It depends on what you want to write the standard form of.

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  10. EmmaH Group Title
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    Write the equation y - 2 = 4(x + 5) in standard form

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  11. CliffSedge Group Title
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    Each type of number (numerical expression) or algebraic expression, or equation has its own established 'standard' for how it is written.

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  12. EmmaH Group Title
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    ok but what do i do?? @( confused

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  13. CliffSedge Group Title
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    That is a linear equation. The standard form for linear equations is Ax+By=C, where A,B, and C are integers.

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    Simplify both sides, the get all your x's and y's on one side and all the constants on the other.

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  15. EmmaH Group Title
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    is x and y changed to a nad b?

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  16. philo1234 Group Title
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    Correction: General Form: ax+by+c=0 Standard Form: ax+by=c Slope-intercept form: y=mx+b

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  17. EmmaH Group Title
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    ok so oh dear i dont get it...

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  18. AriPotta Group Title
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    you're basically moving the x to the left side

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    but you have to make sure that the coefficient of x isn't a fraction or negative number

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  20. EmmaH Group Title
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    4x=y-22?

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    you have to keep y on the left side

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  22. AriPotta Group Title
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    it's Ax + By = C

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  23. AriPotta Group Title
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    so x and y are on the left

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    4x - y = -22 right?

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  25. AriPotta Group Title
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    yup. good job :)

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  26. EmmaH Group Title
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    YAY thank you God bless

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  27. AriPotta Group Title
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    lol no problem

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  28. EmmaH Group Title
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    i got it right on the quiz thanks for heling me understand it!

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