If: 3x-5y+10 = 0 Then: -5y = -3x-10 And: y = 0.6x+2 in slope-intercept form
Yes, 3x = 5y is a linear function.
no, 4x-3y=11x 3x-5y doesn't equal -11
3x+5y=48 5y=48-3x-3x+5y=12 -3x+(48-3x)=12-6x=-36x=65y=48-3(6)5y=30y=6(6,6)
x = 5, y = 1
3x + 5y = -1 2x - 5y = 16 Add the two equations: 5x = 15 or x = 3 Substitute for x in the first equation: 3*3 + 5y = -1 15 + 5y = -1 5y = -10 so y = -10/5 = -2 The solution is (x, y) = (3, -2)
Because of the limitations of the question software, it was not possible to determine what the original equation was supposed to be, so we assumed it is 3x + 5y = 7. It could have just as easily been 3x - 5y = 7, or even 3x/5y = 7.So, let's solve them all for x.3x + 5y = 73x = 7 - 5yx = (7 - 5y)/3How about 3x - 5y = 7?3x - 5y = 73x = 7 + 5yx = (7 + 5y)/3And 3x/5y = 7?3x/5y = 73x = 35yx = 35y/3 Solving for y The above equations wrote the equation so that x is a function of y, not the other way around. Here's how to rewrite the equation so that y is a function of x: 3x + 5y = 7 5y = -3x + 7 y = (-3x + 7)/5
If: 3x-5y = 25 Then: -5y = -3x+25 And: y = 3/5x-5 So: slope is 3/5 or 0.6 and the y intercept is -5
3x -5y = 13 -5y = -3x+13 y = 0.6x -2.6 in slope intercept form So the y intercept is -2.6
I wish I knew what you were trying to ask. Please try adding an equation instead of separated terms. If the question was -3x+5y=30 then what were you attempting to find the answer to? you could say "What does x equal when -3x plus 5y equals 30.". My response to that would be x = (-5y + 30)/-3
Solved for y: y=(3x-13)/5 Solved for x: x=(5y+13)/3
-7/5 or -1.4
The x-intercept is the point where the y-intercept is zero. "3x 5y 9" is not an equation. 3x+5y+9, or 3x-5y+9, are examples of what was meant to be shown.
3x/7 + 5y/14x = 3x*2x/(7*2x) + 5y/14x = (6x2 + 5y)/14x