20 Answered Questions for the topic Slope In Standard Form

Write an equation ​(a) in​ slope-intercept form and ​(b) in standard form for the line passing through ​(−3,6) and parallel to x+2y=5.

I need help finding them in slope - intercept form and standard form. I am lost and I do not understand how to do this problem. 

Write an equation ​(a) in​ slope-intercept form and ​(b) in standard form for the line passing through ​(−2,4) and parallel to x+3y=5.

I am stuck on this question on MyMath lab and keep getting it wrong. The last question they had me add 5 to both sides but I am so lost and I got the answer wrong " -x/4 + 17/4"  Can you PLEASE... more

Finding Slope

How to find the slope of 1/2y-2/3x=-2

how do you put y=-4/6x-2 in standard form?

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

Why is the standard form of 11y=-2x-33, is 2x-11y+33=0?

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)

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

How do I rewrite two points into standard form?

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.

2x+5y=-5 and 3x-2y=-17

slope intercept form

What is the slope of the line passing through the points (1,-5) and (4,1)

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

How to turn this equation into standard form

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

How do I turn this perpendicular line into standard form? y = -1/3x + 2/3

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 standard... more

(-3,7) slope:0 in 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.

Slope Intercept Form

y+9=-5 (x-3)         9

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

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

Write the standard form of the equation of the line through the given point with the given slope.

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 to the best... more

find the slope for 4x-y=0

what is the slope for 4x-y=0  

find the slope of 1/4 x-3

find the slope of 1/4x-3

is this right? Slope: 0; through (-4,-2)

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) + b, b=-2(-4)=  

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