How do you write #y=4/3x+2/3# in standard form?
The standard form of a linear equation is:
The first thing we should do is move the
By reordering, you get:
Now we need to make sure that the number that's before the
Now, all we need to do is make A, B and C integers. You can always do this by multiplying by the LCM of all the denominators (