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Standard form in math is the way to represent the decimal number, expression, linear equation, quadratic equation, polynomials, conic sections etc in a standard form by using an expression or an equation.

We can easily identify the figures or curve with the help of standard form.

2(x-3) + 4(y+1)- 8=0

2(x-3) + 4(y+1)- 8=0

Or, 2x- 6 + 4y +4 – 8 =0

Or, 2x + 4y -10 = 0

Or, 2x+ 4y = 10

Therefore the standard form of the given equation is

Where a= 2, b= 4 and c=10

(x - 1) ^2 + 5(2x + 5) =100

(x - 1) ^2 + 5(2x + 5) =100

Or, x^2 - 2x +1 + 10x +25 = 100

Or, x^2 + 8x +26 =100

Or, x^2 +8x + 26 – 100 =0

x^2 + 8x – 74 = 0

Standard form of the given equation is

Where a= 1, b = 8, c = -74