How do you write #y=7/2x# in standard form?
Standard form for a linear equation is
I talk about the standard form, but it is actually the slope-intercept form; therefore, my answer is wrong.
The function is already written in the standard form.
The standard form of a linear function is :
You have the function
This is still valid though :
More generally, if you have a polynomial function, you will write it so that all the terms are sorted in descending order :