It is linear.
You cannot solve one linear equation in two unknown variables.
if you are talking about the standard form of a linear equation then it's: y=(1/6)(3x+4) or y=(x/2)+(2/3)
No. In the variable x, alone, it is linear. In the variable y, alone, it is linear. But taken together, in x and y, you have a term which contains xy - that is, a term in which the powers of the unknowns add to 2. So the equation is not linear.
It is linear.
Without an equality sign the given expression is not an equation
Linear. The only power for the variables is 1.
A linear equation is an equation that in math. It is a line. Liner equations have no X2. An example of a linear equation is x-2 A linear equation also equals y=mx+b. It has a slope and a y-intercept. A non-linear equation is also an equation in math. It can have and x2 and it is not a line. An example is y=x2+3x+4 Non linear equations can be quadratics, absolute value or expodentail equations.
an nonlinear equation can be y=3x m dose not equal 7
3X = 5Y solve for Y Y = 3/5X this is by definition a linear equation solved. You can plat this straight line on a graph.
yes it is one
Yes, because non-linear equations involve x2.
3s=2t can also be written as 3y=2x or 3x=2y. Either way, it is linear. To find out if it is linear, simply graph it. If you can draw a completely vertical line through any point of the graph without intersecting more than one point of the graph, then it is linear. This equation (3s=2t), it is linear.