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Graphing Linear Functions in Standard Form

The equations are written in standard form. When writing lines in the standard form, we usually write them with , and with as small coefficients as possible. Thus, write both lines this way and see if you get the same equation.
Do the same thing with the other equation.

Both equations can be written as which means that the lines are identical. Lena-Jon is correct!