Mark M. answered • 01/06/17

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y = 3x/4 - 3

Can you put into standard form (Ax+ By = C)?

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asked • 01/06/17the answer choices I have are

A. 3x-4y=12

B. 3x+4y=12

12x-4y=-3

12x+4y=-3

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Mark M. answered • 01/06/17

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y = 3x/4 - 3

Can you put into standard form (Ax+ By = C)?

Andrew M. answered • 01/06/17

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y = (3/4)x - 3

multiply through by 4

4y = 3x - 12

Now just put into standard form.

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