# How do you write 3x-4y +183 =0 in standard form?

$3 x - 4 y = - 183$ is in "standard form"
The generally accepted definition of standard form for a linear equation in $x$ and $y$ is
$\textcolor{w h i t e}{\text{XXXX}}$$A x + B y = C$ with integer constants $A , B , \mathmr{and} C$ and with $A \ge 0$