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**Standard form refers to the simplest and clearest representation of a number, formula or equation.** The specific standard form of a term or equation depends on what the subject is.

The standard form of a single number is used to represent large numbers clearly. They are written so that there is a single number in the one's place, multiplying it by 10 to some exponent. For example, 5326 is written as 5.326*10^{3} in standard form.

For an equation, variables are expanded as much as possible and all terms are taken to the left side of the equation. For example, x^{2}=7 is equal to x^{2}-7=0 in standard form.

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## How is a number sentence used in third grade math?

A:In third grade math, a number sentence is used to introduce simple mathematical statements to children. Number sentences can also include a less than or greater than sign in addition to other symbols.

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## How do you change an equation from standard form to slope intercept form?

A:First, rearrange the variables so that the y term is on the left side of the equal sign and the remaining terms are on the right side of the equal sign. Next, simplify the equation so the y term is in its simplest terms. Once the y term is in its simplest form, the equation is in slope-intercept form.

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## What is a mean in math?

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Full Answer >**In math, the mean is the average of a set of numbers.**To determine the mean, add all numbers in a set and take this answer and divide it by how many numbers are in the set.Filed Under: - Q:
## What is the definition of standard form in math?

A:There are many standard forms in mathematics. A common standard form is the standard form equation of a line, following the pattern of Ax + By = C, where A and B are not zero.

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