# Solver Converting Linear Equations in Standard form to Slope-Intercept Form (and vice versa)

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### Converting Linear Equations in Standard form to Slope-Intercept Form (and vice versa)

Please select the method of conversion form. For instance if you have a problem similar to and you want to convert it to slope-intercept form, then choose "standard_to_slope-intercept". If you have something similar to and you want to convert it to standard form then choose "slope-intercept_to_standard"

Input the equation in standard form x+ y=

or

Enter your equation in slope-intercept form ( form)

y=x +

note: make sure you choose the correct form from the drop box above. Also, if you have decimal coefficients, convert them to fractions. For instance, if you have , then input it as

Note: Unfortunately I haven't had much time to fix this solver, but there's a small bug where the x coefficient isn't made positive if you convert to standard form. If you convert from slope-intercept to standard form, and the solver says that the x coefficient is negative, multiply EVERY number by -1 to change the signs of each number. This will make the x coefficient positive. Technically the solver is correct, but some books/teachers want that x coefficient to be positive.

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