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josephbarboa
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Write the equation in standard form 6x=y+3

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katherine12998

The standard form of this equation is 6x - y = 3. Standard form is Ax + By = C, where A and B are the coefficients for x and y, and C is the number without a variable attached, or the constant. We just need to do a bit of algebra to get the equation in standard form. 6x = y + 3   Given 6x - y = 3   Subtract y from both sides Hope this helps!

Bao873

standard form  is ax+by=c 6x=y+3 lets move the y over to left side minus y from both sides 6x-y=3  

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