How do you convert from standard form to slope

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How do you convert from standard form to slope

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Aubrey 1 week 2021-09-15T03:39:07+00:00 1 Answer 0

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    2021-09-15T03:40:11+00:00

    Answer:

    Step-by-step explanation:

    A standard form equation is when it is set up

    Ax + By = C.

    6x + 2y = 4

    A slope-intercept form equation is when it is set up y=mx+b.

    Y = – 3x + 2

    In order to go from one form to another, all you have to do is change the order of the given numbers.  First you want to move the Ax to the opposite side of the equation, by either adding or subtracting it.  At this point your equation will be set up By = -Ax + C.  Then you want to divide the B from the By and the rest of the equation.  Therefore you will have y = – Ax/B + C/B.  This is the same thing as the slope-intercept form, just a few of the letters are different.

    Example 1:          

    Change from standard to slope form

             

    8x + 4y = 16

    8x + 4y = 16  first subtract  8x

    4y = -8x + 16   then divide all by 4

    y = -2x + 4   slope form

    Example 2:

     6x + 3y = 21

    6x + 3y = 21  subtract  6x

    3y = -6x + 21  then divide all by 3

    y = -2x + 7   slope form

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