# How do you write #y - 7 = 4(x + 4)# in standard form?

Therefore,

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To write (y - 7 = 4(x + 4)) in standard form, expand the expression and arrange the terms properly.

(y - 7 = 4x + 16)

(y = 4x + 23)

Standard form: (4x - y = -23)

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