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That may be, but a single linear equation in three unknown variables cannot be solved.

In question and answer logic answers are given and if they fall in an area bounded by the inequality then it is a good answer. After graphing three or more inequalities the vertexes are the possible maxima of the system of equations.

1. Slope-intercept form (most commonly used in graphing) y=mx+b m=slope b=y-intercept 2. Standard form ax+by=c 3. Point slope form (most commonly used for finding linear equations) y-y1=m(x-x1) m=slope one point on the graph must be (x1,y1)

The three types of linear equations are: Consistent Dependent, Consistent Independent, and Inconsistent.

2x + y = 66x + 3y = 18Usually you can use elimination, substitution, graphing, matrices, etc. to find the answer to this system. If you use any of these methods (elimination and graphing in particular) you will see that these two equations are actually the same: multiply the first equation by three and you will see what I mean.So picture it: graphing this system would essentially be drawing the same line twice. The two lines always overlap, so the equations share infinite solutions. Therefore the solution to the system is the whole line, or all the (x, y) points that satisfy 2x + y = 6.

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There are no disadvantages. There are three main ways to solve linear equations which are: substitution, graphing, and elimination. The method that is most appropriate can be found by looking at the equation.

William Rowan Hamilton invented or discovered Linear equation. Which these equation describe mechanics in three dimensional space.

A linear equation is one degree equation. It will be in one , two and three variables. Nonlinear equations have degree other than one.

No, they are simply three expressions: there is no equation - linear or otherwise.

Single answer. Coincidental (same equation), No solution.

In general, a linear equation CANNOT be made to go through three points. That will only happen if the three points are collinear and in that case, the equation of the line will only require two points.

A linear equation in three variable.

It is a linear equation in three variables which is equivalent to a linear equation in two variables. This is because 3 + e = 2.3f +e - 7g is equivalent to 3 = 2.3f -7g

Calculate the coordinates of three points, and plot the points on the graph. Draw a straight line through them.To calculate the coordinates, assign any value for "x", replace in the equation, and solve for "y".Note that two points are enough in theory; the third is for additional verification, in case you commit some mistake.

That may be, but a single linear equation in three unknown variables cannot be solved.

In question and answer logic answers are given and if they fall in an area bounded by the inequality then it is a good answer. After graphing three or more inequalities the vertexes are the possible maxima of the system of equations.

A linear system is an equation to find the intersection of two or more lines. The equations are usually expressed with two variables, x and y. I don't know yet, but maybe geometry might have three variables, including z. Basically it's where two lines intersect and the most common ways of solving it are through graphing, substitution, and/or elimination.Presume you mean "linear".These are systems whose parameters vary directly or proportionally. Plotting functions results in straight lines.

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