A linear equation in the form: ax + by = c, where a, b, and c are integers, and "a" is positive.

the usual form of a number

The standard form of an equation of a line is an equation of the form ax + by = c, where a and b are not both zero, and where a

The notation from writing numbers using the digits 0-9 and each play represents a power of ten

A number written with one digit for each place value. The standard form for the number three thousand three is 3,003.

a simplified version of the canonical form of a boolean function. Standard forms are not unique.

A policy in a form generally accepted by insurers in a market, such as the standard form of marine insurance policy.

A simple form of an equation; a form in which the equation is usually written.

A form used in argument reconstruction. All of the steps (explicit and implicit) are numbered. The reasons are ordered so that they flow from the first to the last, and they are separated by a horizontal line from the conclusion.

See database standard form.

A number is written in standard form when each digit is in a place value. Example: Six thousand five hundred eighty-three has the standard form of 6,583.

Standard Forms in mathematics assist people in identifying types of equations. In British English, standard form is the more common name for scientific notation.