You cannot solve one equation in two unknowns.
i guess it is y-2x=2 u can use this equation for a graph
x = 3 and y = 3 Form a simultaneous equation and solve by elimination.
this can not be solved un less with another equation
2x + 5 - 5 = 2x. You can not solve for x because this is not an equation.
3x-2 = 2x+3 3x-2x = 3+2 x = 5
Set up the equation and solve: 8x + 8 = 2x +38 (subtract 2x and 8 from both sides of the equation) 6x = 30 (divide both sides of the equation by 6) x = 5
Solve this system of equation using substitution 2x plus 6y equals 24 and 3x-2x equals 24 ?Improved Answer:2x+6y = 243x-2x = 24 => x =24Substitute the value of x into the top equation to find the value of y:48+6y = 246y = 24-486y = -24y = -4So: x = 24 and y = -4
A single linear equation in two variables cannot be solved.
-2x plus 3y equals 1
Are you sure the directions don't have "solve the equation as x=___ and y=___"
To solve for x, set up the equation: 2x +2x = 40 (then simplify) 4x = 40 (then divide both sides of the equation by 4) x = 10 (this is the answer)
The solution to the equation 2x plus 2 is 2(x + 1).
2x+a=p 2x=p-a x=.5p-.5a
Better formatting is cos(2x+20)=-0.5
-9-2x+x = -13 -2x+x = -13+9 -x = -4 x = 4
Using the quadratic equation formula:- x = 3.795831523 or x = -5.795831523
If you solve such an equation for "y", you get an equation in the slope-intercept form.
y = 2x + 1 IS a linear equation!
It is not possible to solve a single linear equation in two variables.