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.
No, y=x-2 is linear.
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y=x2 and y=lnx are two examples of nonlinear equations.
y=x2+3 x1=1 x2=2 y(x1) = 1*1+3 = 4 y(x2) = 2*2+3 = 7 x2/x1 = 2, While y2/y1 = 7/4 !=2, and thus the function is nonlinear.
an nonlinear equation can be y=3x m dose not equal 7
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You cannot, in general, solve one equation with two unknown variables. x - y = x - x2 Subtract x from both sides: - y = - x2 Change signs: y = x2 And that is as far as you can go.