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How do you write a system of linear equation in two variables? Explain this in words and by using mathematical notation in equation.

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    To write a linear equation, one generally employs a slope-intercept form or the standard form of an equation. In slope-intercept form, the equation comes to be y=mx+b, m=the slope, and b = the y-intercept value. The standard form may be more useful in other situations, however. The standard form of an equation is Ax+By=C, where the slope is –A/B, and the y-intercept is C/B.

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