Without any equality signs they can't be considered to be equations. But if you mean: x+2y =12 and y = x+3 then the solution is as follows x+2y = 12 -x+y = 3 Adding the equations together: 3y = 15 and y = 5 By substitution: x = 2 Solution: x = 2 and y = 5
It is not possible to know exactly what the question is because the browser used by this site is almost totally useless for mathematical questions: it rejects most symbols. If the equations are 2y + 2x = 20 and y - 2x = 4,then the solution is (2, 8).
No because there are no equations there to choose from.
That is the correct spelling of the verb "to choose" (the past tense is chose).
Choose is the correct spelling for the present tense.
That is correct
"For sale" is correct.
It depends upon the leaving group, that catalyst is suitable which has the attraction towards leaving group.
-x+y=12is the equation of a line and since there are infinitely many points on the line and each point is represented by an ordered pair, we have infinitely many solutions.If we take x as 0, then y must be 12so (0,12) is one ordered pair that is a solution to the equation.Zero is often a nice number to pick since it makes the calculation a bit easier.
No, "choosed" is not grammatically correct. The simple past tense of "choose" is "chose". The past participle is "chosen".
Is this the correct usage of ! in the following sentence? Many people wanting the job - will choose wisely!
Yes it does. You just choose the correct size tip and voltage to match your Asus
The correct spelling is 'choose', unless you meant the past tense form which is 'chose'.
Write it right.
No des nada.
Don't do it!