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Graphing Linear Relationships

Graphing Linear Relationships 1.4 - Solution

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a
An equation written in standard form follows the format where and are real numbers. It's also worth noting that and cannot both be zero. To rewrite the given equation in standard form with integer coefficients, we need to isolate the constant on the right-hand side of the equation.
Now we can see that our equation follows the standard form.
b
To rewrite the given equation in standard form with integer coefficients, we need to isolate the constant on the right-hand side of the equation. To get rid of the fraction, we need to multiply both sides by its denominator.
Now we can see that our equation follows the standard form.