It is a linear equation in x. The equation has the solution x = 0.
Let's simplify it ... (4y-2x) = 0 = (2y -x ) = 0 2y = x y = x/2 Yes, it is linear.
Difficult to tell because of problems with the browser. 4x = 2x IS a linear equation whose solution is x = 0
A linear equation.
It is a quadratic equation.
3x2 + 2x - 8 = 0 is a quadratic equation.
y=-2x+3 is an equation. It does not have an answer. If the question is "what if y=0?" then the answer is x=3/2.
Yes. Any equation in which y is some ratio of x plus some offset is linear. In this case, it is a line with a slope of 2, which intersects the y axis at point (0, 1), and the x axis at (-0.5, 0).
This equals 3x+3 also written as 3(x+1). If you mean a linear equation like 3x + 3 = 0, then the solution is x = -1
No. It is a quartic equation. The largest power of x in a quadratic equation must be 2.