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Standard Form of the Equation of a Line

This video explains how to convert functions from slope-intercept form, and point-slope form, to the standard form of the equation of a line.

The standard form of a line is written as:

Ax + By = C

where A, B, and C, are constants.

An example would be:

y = 3x + 7

Would be written as:

3x - y = -7
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