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This document provides an overview of linear equations in two variables. It begins by introducing the standard form of a linear equation: ax + by + c = 0. It then discusses two methods for solving a pair of linear equations: the graphical and algebraic methods. Examples are provided to demonstrate plotting points from a linear equation in standard form and determining if a given point lies on the line. The document also notes that equations of the form x = n or y = n represent lines parallel to the y-axis or x-axis, respectively.

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Linear equation in two variable

The document discusses methods for solving systems of linear equations in two variables:
1) Graphical method involves plotting the lines defined by each equation on a graph and finding their point of intersection.
2) Algebraic methods include substitution, elimination by equating coefficients, and cross-multiplication. Elimination involves manipulating the equations to eliminate one variable and solve for the other.
3) Examples demonstrate solving a system using substitution and elimination to find the solution values for x and y.

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This document discusses two methods for graphically solving systems of linear equations:
1) Assign a value to one variable and determine the value of the other variable from the given equations, plotting the points and connecting them with a line.
2) Eliminate one variable to obtain a single-variable equation, solve for the eliminated variable, then substitute back into one of the original equations to solve for the other variable.
For example, a system is solved by setting x=3, solving for y, then substituting back to find x= -1. The solution is plotted as the point (-1,6).

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This document discusses the conditions for consistency for pairs of linear equations. It defines a linear equation in two variables as having the form ax + by + c = 0, where a, b, and c are constants and x and y are the variables. It then examines four examples of pairs of linear equations:
1) A unique solution, which occurs when the lines intersect at a single point.
2) A many solutions, which occurs when the lines are coincident (lie on top of each other).
3) No solution, which occurs when the lines are parallel and do not intersect.
4) It concludes that a unique solution and many solutions result in consistent pairs of equations, while parallel lines that do not

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This document discusses linear equations in two variables. It begins by presenting the general form of a linear equation as ax + by + c = 0, where a, b, and c are real numbers. It then explains that a linear equation can have infinitely many solutions (x,y value pairs) that satisfy the equation, and these solutions lie on a straight line. The document provides an example of a single linear equation and shows its graph on the Cartesian plane. It also discusses systems of two linear equations, explaining that their solutions occur where the lines intersect. The document covers various algebraic methods for solving systems of linear equations, including elimination by substitution or equating coefficients, and solving by cross multiplication. It provides examples to illustrate these solution

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This document provides an overview of pairs of linear equations in two variables. It discusses representing such equations graphically as two lines with possible solutions of unique intersection, no intersection, or overlapping lines. Algebraic methods for solving pairs of linear equations are presented, including substitution, elimination of a variable by making coefficients equal, and cross multiplication. Examples are provided to illustrate each method. The document also describes how to reduce equations not initially in the standard form for a pair of linear equations to that form so the equations can be solved using the described algebraic techniques.

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1) The document discusses finding solutions to linear equations in two variables by using tables and plotting points on a coordinate plane.
2) It provides an example of writing an equation to represent the number of two-point and three-point baskets scored in a basketball game.
3) The key strategy explained is to fix a value for one variable (x or y), then solve the equation for the other variable to obtain an ordered pair solution (x, y).

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Pair of linear equation in two variable

This document discusses linear equations in two variables. It defines a linear equation as an equation between two variables that forms a straight line when graphed. It then defines a linear equation in two variables as an equation with two variables, usually x and y, where the variables are multiplied by a number or added to another term. The document goes on to explain that a system of linear equations can have one solution, no solution, or infinitely many solutions depending on whether the lines intersect at one point, do not intersect, or coincide. It describes algebraic and graphical methods for solving systems of linear equations, focusing on substitution, elimination, and cross-multiplication algebraic methods.

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This document discusses linear equations and methods to solve systems of linear equations. It defines a linear equation as an equation that can be written in the form ax + by + c = 0, where a, b, and c are real numbers and a and b are not equal to 0. Systems of linear equations can have unique solutions, infinite solutions, or no solutions depending on whether the lines intersect, are coincident, or are parallel. The document describes graphical and algebraic methods to solve systems, including elimination, substitution, and cross-multiplication methods. It provides examples of using each algebraic method to solve systems of two linear equations with two unknowns.

Pair of linear equations in two variable

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The document discusses systems of linear equations in two variables. It defines such a system as a pair of equations where the variables have coefficients that are real numbers. A consistent system has at least one solution, while an inconsistent system has no solutions. Such systems can be solved graphically by plotting the lines defined by each equation, or algebraically using substitution, elimination, or cross-multiplication methods.

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This document defines and provides examples of linear equations. It explains that a linear equation has variables with exponents of 1 that are added or subtracted. The document shows examples of linear equations in standard Ax + By = C form and identifies the slope and y-intercept. It also provides examples of nonlinear equations that do not follow the standard linear form. The document describes how to find the x-intercept and y-intercept of a linear equation by setting one variable equal to 0 and solving for the other. Graphing linear equations in slope-intercept form is also summarized.

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3) The cross-multiplication method multiplies equations by constants to isolate coefficients and solve for variables.
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- 1. LINEAR EQUATION IN TWO VARIABLE
- 2. Let’s start with the journey with some basics here: (+,+)(-,+) (-,-) (+,-) Learning the Cartesian sign is important . This is the origin The Quadrants
- 3. The word LINEAR originates from: Today we will study the equation for lines. In a Graph, these equations are used To get the position of a line
- 4. Linear equation in two variable THE STANDARD FORM: ax+by+c=0 Here, a and b are the constants that cannot be 0 Example: 47x+7y=9c can be zero
- 5. There are 2 methods to solve A Pair of Linear equation 1 Graphical method 2 Algebraic method ax+by+c=0
- 6. Lets solve some examples quickly: Q. We need to plot the diagram for 5x+4y+20=0 and check whether (0,-5) lies in it. STEP 1: Assume a value for x and find the value of y x y We will take three observation to plot the point. Lets take the points -1,0,1 for x When x=-1 5(-1)+4y+20=0 .’.-5+4y=-20 .’.4y=-20+5 y=-15/4=-3.75 When x=0 5(0)+4y+20=0 .’.4y=-20 .’.y=-20/4 y=-5 When x=-1 5(1)+4y+20=0 .’.5+4y=-20 .’.4y=-20-5 y=-25/4=-6.25 -1 -3.75 0 -5 1 -6.25
- 7. x -1 0 1 y -3.75 -5 -6.25 From this observation We come to know that (0,-5) Lies on the line Now lets plot our graph This is our graph based on Cartesian sign Remember to label The points and the line (0,-5) (-1,-3.75) (1,-6.25) (0,0) And we are done!
- 8. The standard form: ax+bx+c=0 x+y=5 x+y-5=0 3x+7y-66=0 8y-4x=-12 -4x+8y+12=0 2x+ 𝟐 𝟑 𝐲 = 𝟕 2x+ 𝟐 𝟑 𝐲 − 𝟕 =0 Lets do some quick activity: Determine the coefficints and the constants from the given expressions a b c 1 1 -5 3 7 -66 8 -4 12 2 𝟐 𝟑 -7
- 9. Quick facts: For the equations like: x=n, where n can be any integer. The line on the graph will always be Parallel to y-axis Examples: X=-5 X=3 X=6 X=-2 They’re parallel to y-axis Y-axis X-axis
- 10. Quick facts: For the equations like: y=n, where n can be any integer. The line on the graph will always be Parallel to x-axis Examples: y=-5 y=3 y=6 y=-2 They’re parallel to x-axis Y-axis X-axis
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