algebra 1
posted by Catarina on .
can someone please help me solve the question and explain to me and also show me specifically what to do step by step???
Q: what is the standard form of
Y8=2(x+2)?

MISTAKE:
its actually y8=2(x+3) 
Answer Choices:
A. 2x+y=14
B. y=2x+14
C. 2xy=14
D. y2x=11 
most texts use these definitions:
y intercept  slope form : y = mx + b
standard form: Ax + By = C
general form : Ax + By + C = 0
so you want the x and y terms on one side, the constant on the other side
y  8 = 2(x+3)
y  8 = 2x + 6
2x + 6 = y  8
2x  y = 14 , looks like C 
Ax +By = C
y8 = 2x +6
y86 =2x + 6 6
y14 = 2x
yy 14 = 2x y
14 = 2xy
C