No. Y=3X2+1 is a Binomial Equation.
No it is a linear one. X^2 = quadratic, x = linear. So if the equation doesn't have an x squared, then it is not quadratic.
It is a quadratic equation.
yes it is!
A consistent system.
It is a quadratic equation in the variable x.
It is a linear equation in a single variable, x.
yes it is one
5x2 + 3x + 8x2 = 13x2 + 3x = x(13x + 3)
The given expression can be simplified to: 3X squared +27
It is a linear equation in one variable, x.
It is a linear equation in the two variables, x and y.
3x plus 2y - 3 is an expression. There can be no answer to one expression and one linear equation in two variables.
The value of x works out as -3
y=2 + 3x seems like a linear equation, therefore, y=3x + 2.The gradient is 3.
There can be no "answer" to just one linear equation in two variables.
(3x - y+ 2)(3x + y + 2)
Yes because the exponents (powers) of the variables are 1.
No because it's an algebraic expression that contains 3 terms.
x^2 + 3x + 2/(-3x) - x^2 - 2=3x-2+2/(-3x)=3x-2-2/(3x)
(3x + 3y)(x + y) = 3(x + y)2
3x squared - (3x) squared = 0