in this equation ....... y^2= m(x)^2 +c.........................is there a linear relation between x and y........if no then why??????????plzzzzzz hlp me out guyz!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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in this equation ....... y^2= m(x)^2 +c.........................is there a linear relation between x and y........if no then why??????????plzzzzzz hlp me out guyz!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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No it's not linear. Have you taken calculus?
nope
Ok then just look at it from the perspective of this.. Can you through algebra transform the equation into y = ax + b ?

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I'm asking if it's possible. I'm not saying that it is.
4 me its not possible...............kkk final,,,,it is not possible
Right. So it's not linear.

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