# How do you write 4x - y-7 =0  in standard form?

Sep 30, 2015

$y = 4 x - 7$

#### Explanation:

This is a linear equation so the standard from must be of the form $y = m x + c$.
In this case we may take the y across and write it as
$y = 4 x - 7$

If we draw the graph of this function it would be a straight line of gradient 4 and y-intercept - 7, as shown below.
graph{4x-7 [-12.55, 19.49, -10.9, 5.12]}