How to put this into standard form?

How do you put y+6=0 into standard form?

4 Answers

  • 8 years ago
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    idk if this is right but...


    move the y



  • 8 years ago

    Standard form is Ax + By = C, with A always being positive.

    Since you do not have an x term, your standard form would be y= -6 after subtracting 6 from both sides.

    The other person's answer y - y1 = m(x - x1) is considered point-slope form.

  • 3 years ago

    The 'commonplace variety' for an imaginary selection is i*b the place i is the imaginary unit (sqrt(-a million) and b is the significance of the imaginary fee expressed as a 'everyday' (or actual) fee. The i is regularly written first to 'alert' the reader that what follows is an imaginary fee. additionally, in electric engineering, the j is regularly used for the imaginary unit for the reason that a decrease case i is used for on the spot contemporary. submit to in techniques that sqrt(a*b) = sqrt(a) * sqrt(b) so....... on your issue, ingredient out the -a million from all the radicals and write the imaginary fee as i*(2*sqrt(40 9) + 3*sqrt(sixty 4)) and simplify it to i*(2*7 + 3*8) = i*38 Doug

  • 8 years ago

    Isn't standard form "y-y1=m(x-x1)"?

    Not sure how you'd get there from here.

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