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What method did you use in graphing the linear equation?

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  • Réponse publiée par: kambalpandesal23
    GRAPHING LINEAR EQUATION  Graphing equations in order to identify a specific point of intersection is usually not a precise way to solve systems because it is often difficult to see exactly where two lines intersect (unless you are using a computer-based graphing program that allows you to zoom in on a point). However, the graph of a system of equations can still give a good idea of what type of solution, if any, exists. Read the details about linear equation in two variables in

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    HERE ARE THE GRAPH THAT DETERMINE THE POSSIBLE SOLUTION

    1.the graph of a line represents every point that is a possible solution for the equation of that line. So when the graphs of two equations cross, the point of intersection lies on both lines, meaning that it is a possible solution for both equations.

    2.  When the graphs of two equations never touch, there are no shared points and there are no possible solutions for the system.

    3.When the graphs of two equations lie on top of one another, they share all their points and every one is a possible solution.

     the following are the methods to graph linear equation

    1.In graphing linear equation we choose arbitrary values of x or y. Usually we try to choose arbitrary values that will be convenient to graph.  

    2.  X and y intercept – the x and y intercept are the points where the graph intersect the x and y axes, respectively.

  • Réponse publiée par: kateclaire

    answer:

    Using the y- intercept and slope.

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