According to my calculations, yes. 2x+8=3x+11 -8 2x=3x+3 -2x 0=x+3 -3 -3=x
-2x plus 3y equals 1
Multiply the top equation by 3 and the bottom equation by 2. (-4, 1)
y = 2x + 1 IS a linear equation!
2x + y = 25 x + y = 14 Subtract second equation from the first: x = 11 Substitute this value of x in the second equation: 11 + y = 14 ie y = 3
It is an equation and the value of x is 1
x=5.54x+1= 2x+12-1 -14x=2x+11-2x -2x2x=11/2 /2x=5.5
No because: 8+3x=x+11+2x (rewrite equation) 8+3x=11+3x (combine like terms) 8=11 (subtract 3x from both sides) This is obviously a false statement, so there is no solution or answer to the equation.
How do you add 2x plus 3y equals 18 in 5x-y equals 11
Yes it is. The thing that makes it a quadratic equation is that "x squared" in there.