Q: How do you solve the equation 2x 3y5 into standard form?

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If you mean 2x-15y 0, then y (-2/15)x and dy/dx -(2/15). If you mean something else, you need to clarify the expression 3y5.

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This system is inconsistent. There is no solution. 2x - 3y = 5 -6x + 9y = 12 Multiply the top equation by 3: 6x - 9y = 15 add the two equations together: 6x - 6x - 9y + 9y = 5 + 12 0 = 17 Which is a contradiction. Therefore the lines never intersect, and the solution is the empty set.

That they are both algebraic expressions because they do not contain any equality signs.

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Assuming the given is written as: 4y/6y6=20 First off, this can be simplified down to: 2/3y5=20 Since this is an indirect proof, we must first assume the opposite of what you are trying to prove. You are trying to prove that y is not equal to -1. Let y=-1 If this was done, then the following substitution would be made: 2/3(-1)5=20 2/3(-1)=20 2/(-3)=20 -2/3 =20 Clearly, -2/3 does not equal 20. Since y=-1 causes a mathematically impossible statement, then y cannot equal -1. As far as formatting it for a formal indirect proof, I'm no help there. Different teachers like different formatting.