Standard linear equation form is [Ax + By = C]
Point-slope form is [y – y1 = m(x- x1)]
Slope-intercept form is [y = mx + b]
That’s how my algebra 1 teacher taught it; yep I still remember it and confirmed it online…

Come to my school where it isn’t :^) This post was for awhile ago, basically Jared and I rough which one was standard because we both learned it differently

Idk

My teacher taught it different XD

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What did your teacher say? 😛

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She said

Blah blah blah

My notes ripped out of my binder again

Nooooooooooooo

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I haven’t learned this yet but I have seen both 😛

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i’m only in 8th grade plus im in america so idk XD

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Both are right technically. C can be moved in either direction to help solve a problem in a number of different ways.

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I learned the second form but both are correct

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I think I’ve seen both used before in my Algebra textbooks.

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Both are correct

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Ya both are right, my personal preference is y=A/Bx+C though since it tells you slope and y-intercept and stuff easily

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I do Ax + By = C

But both are correct

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Point slope form

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By=Ax+C

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That’s how we learned it.

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Standard linear equation form is [Ax + By = C]

Point-slope form is [y – y1 = m(x- x1)]

Slope-intercept form is [y = mx + b]

That’s how my algebra 1 teacher taught it; yep I still remember it and confirmed it online…

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Come to my school where it isn’t :^) This post was for awhile ago, basically Jared and I rough which one was standard because we both learned it differently

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