would the negative sign go with the numerator or denominator when you multiply all the terms by the denominator

would the negative sign go with the numerator or denominator when you multiply all the terms by the denominator

If the standard form of 7y=4x+63 is 4x-7y+63=0. Only the sign of the 7y has switched. How came all the sign switched for 11y=-2x-33 ? Please help me

find out the slope and write the final answer in the form of ax+by=c (2,7) and(2,-3)

Slope: 10, passes through (6,2)

My two points are (0,1) and (4,0) but I am not sure how to write it in standard form. I know that the slope which is -1/3. I also know my equation in slope-intercept form, which is y= -1/3x +1...

slope intercept form

I need help with the slope passing through the points (1,-5) and (4,1).

I had to turn the equation, y - 3 = 3(x + 1), into a perpendicular line that passes through (5,-1) and I got y= -1/3x + 2/3 which I think is correct. I just don't know how to turn it into...

How would I turn the equation Y = 3x + -3 into standard form?

Write an equation in standard form of the line that passes through the given point, (-3,7) and has a slope of zero.

y+9=-5 (x-3) 9

Standard form

write the standard fourm of the equasion that is parallell to 2x-5y=-15and goes through (-5,4)

what is the slope for 4x-y=0

Given Points that it goes through: (1,2) Slope: 7 I am having a lot of trouble on this topic and I have an upcoming quiz on this topic. I am hoping to get my grades up. Please help...

Help So the formula you want to use is y = mx + b. b is the y intercept and m is the slope. Since the slope is 0: y=0x + b To find b substitute -4 for x and -2 for y: -2=0(-4)...

find the slope of 1/4x-3