# What is the standard form of 3x+y=2?

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by xyuriko

2015-09-29T20:20:18+08:00

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The standard form is ax + by = c so 3x + y = 2 is already its standard form.

-KookEin

oo nga po kaso ahm? ito po 5 x + y = -6?
Kung yung form ng isang equation ay "ax + by = c" ito ay kaagad na nasa standard form even if the equation have negative coefficients. So if you're asking if 5x + y = -6 is in its standard form, then it is a yes. Hope that clarifies some of your queries. :)
2015-09-29T20:23:21+08:00

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It is already in standard form.
But if you wanted to convert it into the form:
y = mx + b
or the SLOPE INTERCEPT FORM,
what we will do is:

3x + y = 2
-3x        -3x                          subtract 3x on both sides
y = 2 - 3x
y = -3x + 2