Line graphs may represent equations, if they are defined for all values of a variable.
They are different ways to represent the answers of an equation
The graphs of the two equations have only one intersection point.
Graphs help you solve equations, and equations help you solve graphs. Because the graph is a diagram of the equation, showing at its simplest the y answer for each value of x.
Graphs and equations of graphs that have at least one characteristic in common.
Equations are never parallel, but their graphs may be. -- Write both equations in "standard" form [ y = mx + b ] -- The graphs of the two equations are parallel if 'm' is the same number in both of them.
graphs allow for an alternative visual method to solve mathematical equations.
They are straight line graphs that work out the solutions of 2 equations or simultaneous equations
The solution is the coordinates of the point where the graphs of the equations intersect.