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Graphing Linear Functions in Standard Form

Graphing Linear Functions in Standard Form 1.10 - Solution

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In order to write a line in standard form, we need to move the xx-term to the left-hand side. However, first we'll multiply both sides by 33 to eliminate the fraction.
y=53x4y = \dfrac{5}{3} x - 4
3y=3(53x4)3y = 3\left(\dfrac{5}{3} x - 4\right)
3y=5x123y=5x-12
3y5x=-123y-5x=\text{-}12
-5x+3y=-12\text{-}5x+3y = \text{-}12