To write standard form for linear equations is \(Ax + By = C \), where both \(A \) and \(B \) are non-zero integers and \(A \), \(B \), and \(C \) are integers. \( A \) is usually a positive integer. This form can be transformed to slope-intercept form for simpler graphing and behavior interpretation, and it is helpful for evaluating linear relationships.

Algebra 1

Linear Relationship