# Standard Form for Linear Equations ```Algebra 1
Unit 4.4 Standard Form pt 1
Name ________________________
Period 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
Write the 4 rules for writing and equation in Standard Form, in any order.
Then give an example of an equation not following the given rule.
(not on random answer key, check your notes for the answers)
RULE
EXAMPLE
1.
C Level
2.
3.
4.
Which of the following equations is written in standard form? (circle the answer)
B Level
5.
6.
7.
3
a. -2x + 3y = 6
a. x + 9 = -3y
a. y   x  1
4
b. 2x - 3y = -6
c.
y 
2
x 2
3
d. -2x – 6 = -3y
b. 3x + 4y - 3 = -7
c.
-3x - 4y = 4
d. 3x + 4y = -4
b. -x - 3y = 9
c.
x + 3y = -9
d.
1
y   x 3
3
Which of the following equations is not written in standard form? (circle the answer)
8.
9.
10.
a. 5x + 3y = 7
a. 3x + 4y = -4
a. x + 3y – 4 = 6
b. 9x – y = -1
b. 5x + 2y = 9
b. x + y = 2
c.
c.
6x - y = 3
c.
10x – y = -3
d.
1
x  3y  5
2
d.
9x + 7y = 9
–x + y = 7
d. 2x + 4y = -2
Reference Glencoe Textbook: Page 153 and 232
Which of the rules for Standard form is the following equation not following?
Write every rule not being followed.
11.
6y + 3x = 4
12.
-3x – 4y = 6
13.
-x + y -3 = -5
14.
1
x  2y  6
4
15.
y = 3x - 7
16.
A Level
2
y  8  4x
3
PRACTICE TEST
1C.
Level C
Write the 4 rules for
Standard Form in any order.
Level B
Which of the following
equations is correctly
written in Standard Form?
1B.
1.
a.
&frac12;x - y = -3
1A.
Level A
Which of the rules for
Standard form is the
following equation not
following? Write every rule
not being followed.
2.
b. -x + 5y = -6
3.
c.
3x – 4y = -7
4.
d. y = 6x - 3
Reference Glencoe Textbook: Page 153 and 232

3
x  5y  3
4
1. 2x + y = 3
5. x + y = 3
9. 4x – y = -8
2. 3x + y = -4
6. 3x + y = 3
10. 4x - y = -34
3. x + y = 5
7. 2x – y = 3
11. 5x + y = -22
4. 2x – 3y = 6
8. x + 4y = -2
12. 2x + y = 20
Reference Glencoe Textbook: Page 153 and 232
13.
1) x and y terms on
left side of = sign
2) constants on right
3) x term cannot be
negative
4) No fractions
14.
1) x and y terms are
not all together on
left side of = sign
2) x term cannot be
negative
15. a) 2x + y = 30
b) 20 posters
16. a) 6x + 3y = 60
b) 12 pkgs of
Hotdogs
c) 6 with \$3 left
over
Reference Glencoe Textbook: Page 153 and 232
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