# SOLUTION: How do you change "x+7=0, y-1=0, y=1/4x+3, and y=-2/3x-1" into standard form with integer coefficients?

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 Click here to see ALL problems on Coordinate-system Question 113394: How do you change "x+7=0, y-1=0, y=1/4x+3, and y=-2/3x-1" into standard form with integer coefficients?Answer by edjones(7569)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!General from: ax+by+c=0. The 1st and 2nd can't be put in the general form because one of the coefficients is 0. 3) y=x/4+3 y-y=x/4-y+3 x/4-y+3=0 4/4x-4y+3*4=0 x-4y+12=0 4) y=-2/3x-1 2x/3+y+1=-2x/3-1+2x/3+1 2x/3+y+1=0 2x+3y+3=0 . Ed