Algebra one :)

How do I write these following equations into standard form?

Which I know is AX+BY=C

1) 5y-6=2x+3

Do I subtract? What do I do?

could someone help me? Thanks!!

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asked by Allyson
  1. To rewrite in Ax+By=C form, rearrange the terms so that x and y are on the left and the number is on the right.
    5y-6=2x+3
    Subtract 2x from both sides.
    -2x+5y-6=3
    Add 6 to both sides.
    -2x+5y=9

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