A linear equation is that of a straight line. Any one of the infinitely many points on the line will be solutions.
If the equation is in terms of the variables x and y, just pick any two values of x, solve for y and the results will be the coordinates of two solutions.
This is an equation of a line. There are an infinite number of solutions which are all points on the line. It is a linear equation.
It is a quadratic equation that has 2 solutions
They will have 2 different solutions or 2 equal solutions and some times none depending on the value of the discriminant within the quadratic equation
It is a linear equation in two unknown variables, y and c. One linear equation in two unknowns cannot be solved, it can only be arranged so that one or the other variable is the subject of the equation. However, that requires you to identify which variable is to be made the subject of the equation.
Assuming that the 2 in "5x2" is a power (5x2), then no, this is not a linear equation. It is a parabolic equation.
No. The resulting equation has more solutions. For example, x = 2 has only one solution and that is x = 2.butx2= 4, the squared equation, has two solutions: x = +2 and x = -2No. The resulting equation has more solutions. For example, x = 2 has only one solution and that is x = 2.butx2= 4, the squared equation, has two solutions: x = +2 and x = -2No. The resulting equation has more solutions. For example, x = 2 has only one solution and that is x = 2.butx2= 4, the squared equation, has two solutions: x = +2 and x = -2No. The resulting equation has more solutions. For example, x = 2 has only one solution and that is x = 2.butx2= 4, the squared equation, has two solutions: x = +2 and x = -2
The quadratic formula can be used to find the solutions of a quadratic equation - not a linear or cubic, or non-polynomial equation. The quadratic formula will always provide the solutions to a quadratic equation - whether the solutions are rational, real or complex numbers.
There are infinitely many solutions. One linear equation in two variables cannot be solved to give a single answer.
A linear equation/function can have division in the equation, as long as a non-constant variable is not the denominator.Examples:1 y = (1/2)x + 2 Linear2 y/3 = (x - 1)/3 Linear3 y = 1/x + a Non linear
That looks like a linear equation (no quadratic or higher terms), so you can expect it to have a single solution. However, actually solving the equation is not difficult; do it, to confirm this.
It has 2 equal solutions
If the highest degree of an equation is 3, then the equation must have 3 solutions. Solutions can be: 1) 3 real solutions 2) one real and two imaginary solutions.
how many solutions does the equation have? 4x+1=5+2(2-4) a. one solution b. infinite solutions c. no solution
If the discriminant of the quadratic equation is equal or greater than zero it will have 2 solutions if it is less than zero then there are no solutions.
A linear equation in two variables will give an infinite number of solutions. These will comprise the coordinates of points along a straight line in 2-dimensional space.
If you mean y = 4x+2 then it is the linear equation of a straight line
A non-linear equation is any equation which includes variables with a degree other than one. Therefore, any equation involving x2, x3, x4, .... would be non-linear. For example: y= 3x+2 is linear, because x and y are both degree 1 (no exponent) y= 2x2 is non-linear, because x is degree 2.
There is no simple method. The answer depends partly on the variable's domain. For example, 2x = 3 has no solution is x must be an integer, or y^2 = -9 has no solution if y must be a real number but if it can be a complex number, it has 2 solutions.
The coefficients and constant in one of the equations are a multiple of the corresponding coefficients and constant in the other equation.
A linear equation is an equation that in math. It is a line. Liner equations have no X2. An example of a linear equation is x-2 A linear equation also equals y=mx+b. It has a slope and a y-intercept. A non-linear equation is also an equation in math. It can have and x2 and it is not a line. An example is y=x2+3x+4 Non linear equations can be quadratics, absolute value or expodentail equations.
No, y=x^2 + 2 is a quadratic equation. A linear equation is one in the form y=mx+b. A quadratic has a form y=ax^2+bx+c.
It does not have any solutions! 14.8 is a number, not an equation, inequality or question and so has no solutions.
Yes, since y = x - 2 has the degree of 1 [or the highest exponent of the equation], x - 2 is the linear equation.
the maximum number of solutions to an euation is equal to the highest power expressed in the equation. 2x^2=whatever will have 2 answers
its (-2 , 1) not (-2 1)