# How do you write 5y=10x-25 in standard form and what is A, B, C?

Apr 14, 2017

#-10x + 5y +25= 0

#### Explanation:

General form or standard form is $A x + B y + C = 0$

So $5 y = 10 x - 25$ in standard form:

$- 10 x + 5 y + 25 = 0$

Where $A = - 10 , B = 5 , C = 25$

Apr 14, 2017

$2 x - y = 5$ , where $A = 2 , B = - 1 \mathmr{and} C = 5$

#### Explanation:

The standard form of the equation of a straight line is:

$A x + B y = C$, where $A > 0$, and if possible $A , B \mathmr{and} C$ are relatively prime integers. Hence in this case:

$5 y = 10 x - 25$
$10 x - 5 y = 25$, can be written as:
$2 x - y = 5$ => in standard form.