# How do you write #0.25y=10# in standard form and what is A, B, C?

##### 1 Answer

Standard form:

#### Explanation:

#0.25y = 10#

#=> 0.25y - 10 = 0#

#=> 0x + 0.25y - 10 = 0#

This is the standard form of the given equation. After comparing this equation with the standard form of any linear equation

#ax + by + c = 0#

We get

#{(a = 0), (b = 0.25), (c = -10) :}#

I have used a, b and c instead of A, B and C respectively.