Y+5=-3/4(x+2) in standard form?
The standard form of the equation above is 3/4X2+y=-5. The formula for getting the standard from is ax+by=c. When you substitute the number y with a, and 5 substitute x-2, you get the answer. Visit http://www.algebra.com/ for more help.
Ax+By=C is standard form. A is a Positive and no fractions allowed. So the answer is 3x+4y=-26Just clear your fractions and arrange the terms...make sure A is positive.