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The history of linear algebra begins with Leibniz in 1693 who studied determinants. In 1750, Cramer invented a rule (Cramer's rule) for solving linear systems.

No a linear equation are not the same as a linear function. The linear function is written as Ax+By=C. The linear equation is f{x}=m+b.

A linear equation can have only one zero and that is the value of the variable for which the equation is true.

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View all Sir William Rowan Hamilton invented the linear equation in 1843.

The history of linear algebra begins with Leibniz in 1693 who studied determinants. In 1750, Cramer invented a rule (Cramer's rule) for solving linear systems.

No a linear equation are not the same as a linear function. The linear function is written as Ax+By=C. The linear equation is f{x}=m+b.

It appears to be a linear equation in the variable, g.It appears to be a linear equation in the variable, g.It appears to be a linear equation in the variable, g.It appears to be a linear equation in the variable, g.

An equation is linear if the highest power of the unknown in the equation is 1for example an equation with just a variable to the power one such as x, y and so on is linear but one with x2, y2 and above is not linear

Y = 5X - 3It form a linear function; a line.

A linear equation can have only one zero and that is the value of the variable for which the equation is true.

A linear equation has no higher powers than 1. This is linear.

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It is a linear equation.

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