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Which of the following equations is written in standard form?
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anonymous
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someone help me plzzzzzzz
anonymous
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The standard form is : y=mx+d Y dont have evvvvvvery things for example m or d .
anonymous
  • anonymous
wat do u mean
anonymous
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Look : now it isnt syandard : 3y=6x+15 To have a standard we should be have : (with /3 ) y=2x+5 OK ?!
anonymous
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yes,the first one...
anonymous
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so its the first one !
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anonymous
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yes...:)
anonymous
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okay can you help me with more :/
anonymous
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sure...
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ok
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Match a standard form equation with the graph below. A. 3x – 4y = 2 B. 3x + 4y = –2 C. 3x + 4y = 2 D. 4x – 3y = 2
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A --> -4y = -3x + 2 --> y = 3/4x + 1/2 B --> 4y = -3x - 2 --> y = -3/4y - 1/2 C--> 4y = -3x + 1 --> y = -3/4y + 1/4 D --> -3y = -4x + 2 --> y = 4/3x + 2/3
anonymous
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Look at the point (-2,1) What is the x/y
anonymous
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ok?
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@andieboo1995
anonymous
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isnet it A im not sure the point is on 2 and 1
anonymous
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Look at point (2,-2) and then you can find the answer...
anonymous
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so its b ?
anonymous
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yes ;)
anonymous
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lol okay
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any problem?
anonymous
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no no yet ill message you if i have anymore
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ok,nice ;)

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