How do you write the equation #4x=10y+6# in standard form and identify A, B, C?
First, we know that the standard form of a linear equation (the equation shown here) is ax + by = c.
The equation is written as ax = by + c at the moment, so we need to move the by back with the ax. So you would minus the by from both sides of the equation and get the following, which is in standard form:
Since we know that the form now is ax + by = c, we can find what a, b, and c are.