# What is the standard form of # y= (6x-4)(x+3)-(2x-1)(3x-2)#?

##### 1 Answer

#### Explanation:

To find the standard form, you have to multiply the content of the parenthesis. First, the first pair:

The first number of the first parenthesis multiplies the numbers in the second one:

:

Now, just do the same with the second pair:

And now put them together:

And, finally, join the content from the two parenthesis:

The standard form of a linear equation is

Therefore, we can re-arrange the terms to bring the equation in its standard form as: