This keeps stumping me The answer I got is Y=-6x+30 But that doesn't seem right Could someone help me if I got it wrong and if not tell me what I can fix about my answer

This keeps stumping me The answer I got is Y=-6x+30 But that doesn't seem right Could someone help me if I got it wrong and if not tell me what I can fix about my answer

Use the information given to write an equation in standard form

Ok so this question is telling me to write an equation in standard form for a line that passes through (2,2) and (0,-3)

how can i put it in standard form if its not an equation

How do I rewrite this equation in a+bi format (standard form)? Looking for the steps involved.

Which of the following represents the quadratic equation below in standard form? A. B. C...

I really need understanding someone please help.

Show how to write the equation in Standard Form |4x+5|-7-=0

You are 8 miles away from home. You start biking home at a speed of 4 mph. a.) Write an equation in standard form that represents your distance from home y after x hours. b.) Find...

put the equation in standard form with a positive x coefficient y+3=-5(x+1)

One grain of sand weighs 7 x 10^-5 grams. How many grains of sand are there in 6300kg of sand

there isnt much else to say other than the problem has to be in standard form instead of slope intercept

8.235 x 10 -4 =

How do you write 54/10 in standard form?

point (5,-19) y-intercept is 1

A. 2x2y2 + 3x4y + 10x6 B. 4x4y2 + 6x3y5 + 10x C. -3x8y2 + 9x2y + 10x2 D. -7x6y2 + x3y8 + 10x2

this is for algebra 1 and I don't understand how to work it

I need to put the pair of points (-6,2) and (1,-8) into standard form, but i am struggling and I don't know how to do it

Write the standard form of the equation of the line through the given points

Write the standard form of the equation of the line through the given points