Is -2x-3=y a linear equation
The two most common forms for 2D linear equations consists of: General (or standard) form: \[Ax + By = C\] It is also sometimes written as: \[ax + by + c = 0\] Slope-intercept form: \[y = mx + c\] Where \(m\) is the slope of the line and \(c\) is the \(y\)-intercept. You can rewrite that equation into the slope-intercept form, hence it is a linear equation. Peace.
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