Substitute the coordinates of the point into the equation and if the result is a true statement then the point is a solution, and if not it isn't.
A line is represented by an equation. Each solution of the equation is a point on the line, and each point on the line is a solution to the equation. So the line is just the graph of the solution set of the equation.
If this question is asking: is the point (6,9) a solution of the equation y = 12x + 6, then NO, it's not a solution.
You substitute the coordinates of the point in the equation. If the result is true then the point is a solution and if it is false it is not a solution.
A solution point, in R2, is an ordered pair that satisfies the function.e.g. given the function, f(x) = x2, a solution point is (0,0), or (2,4), etc.The set of all solution points of an equation is equivalent to the graph of an equation.
If the two equations are linear transformations of one another they have the same solution.
extraneous solution. or the lines do not intersect. There is no common point (solution) for the system of equation.
When an equation is based on false assumptions, you know that it has not solution. At other times, you may be able to tell through trying to solve the equation and constantly failing.
The expression of y8x-9 has no solution because without an equality sign it can not be considered to be an equation.
An equation that has no solution is called an equation that has no solution.
a solution to an equation is the answer
The local solution of an ordinary differential equation (ODE) is the solution you get at a specific point of the function involved in the differential equation. One can Taylor expand the function at this point, turning non-linear ODEs into linear ones, if needed, to find the behavior of the solution around that one specific point. Of course, a local solution tells you very little about the ODE's global solution, but sometimes you don't want to know that anyways.
A solution is the answer to an equation.
To graph the set of all the solutions to an equation in two variables, means to draw a curve on a plane, such that each solution to the equation is a point on the curve, and each point on the curve is a solution to the equation. The simplest curve is a straight line.
It is simply called a point on the graph, or a solution to the equation represented by the graph.
In algebraic terms, the solution is the answer to equation.
Every equation has a solution.
Depends on the type of math problem. there's usually an equation to see if there is a solution or not.
You can't state "the" solution.You can choose any number you want for 'x', and the equation gives you the correspondingvalue of 'y'. That pair of numbers is a 'solution' to the equation, and there are an infinitenumber of such pairs.If you were to graph the equation, the graph would be a straight line with no endin either direction. Every point on that line is a "solution" to the equation, and wedon't have to tell you how many points there are on a straight line with no ends . . .
It is not possible to tell. The lines could intersect, in pairs, at several different points giving no solution. A much less likely outcome is that they all intersect at a single point: the unique solution to the system.
by when you cancelled the variables and the two numbers left are equal. ex.5=5, is a many solution equation, in the other hand if is like this 6=5, is a no solution.
If this value a satisfy the equation, then a is a solution for that equation. ( or we can say that for the value a the equation is true)
The solution to an inequality generally is a region with one more dimension. If the inequality/equation is of the form x < a or x = a then the solution to the inequality is the 1 dimensional line segment while the solution to the equality is a point which has no dimensions. If the inequality/equation is in 2 dimensions, the solution to the inequality is an area whereas the solution to the equality is a 1-d line or curve. And so on, in higher dimensional spaces.
It's the equation of a straight line. Every point on the line is a solution to the equation. There are an infinite number of them.
A linear equation has a n infinite number of solutions. The coordinates of each point on the line is a solution.