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-3x + 4x = 12

x = 12

A graph normally shows the relationship between two interconnected quantities,

such as 'x' and 'y' .

This equation can't be graphed. There's only one quantity ... 'x' . It doesn't depend on any

other quantity, and no other quantity depends on 'x'.

'x' is 12, it's always 12, and it doesn't change, and that's the whole story.

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The lines are parallel.

2x-12

3x+8 = 12 3x = 4 x = 4/3

3x+42=6x+12 42=6x-3x+12 42=3x+12 42-12=3x 30=3x 10=x

Point slope equation: Y=3X+12

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The lines are parallel.

2x-12

3x+8 = 12 3x = 4 x = 4/3

3x+42=6x+12 42=6x-3x+12 42=3x+12 42-12=3x 30=3x 10=x

Point slope equation: Y=3X+12

3x+12=x+48: 3x-x=-12+48 2x=36 x=18

3x - 12 = -2x + 235x = 35 so x = 7

7x = 3x - 12 4x=-12 x=-3

3x + 4y - 4 = 0 y = -2 3x + 4(-2) - 4 = 0 3x - 8 - 4 = 0 3x = 12 x = 4 (4,-2)

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y-3x+6y=12 7y=3x+12 y=3x/7 +12/7

6x+4=3x+12 => 6x-3x=12-4 => 3x=8 => x=8/3=2.666...