Joel_the_boss
  • Joel_the_boss
How does solving a literal equation differ from solving a linear equation? I have no idea, :/ Can someone help, thank you.
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Joel_the_boss
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swamijatin2
  • swamijatin2
A literal equation usually has only letters in it and can just be a general equation ; A linear equation is an equation that when graphed in Cartesian coordinates is a straight line
Joel_the_boss
  • Joel_the_boss
But when they are being solved, how are they different?

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swamijatin2
  • swamijatin2
Because linear equations are based on algebra equal to each other whereas literal equations are based on solving for one variable.
Joel_the_boss
  • Joel_the_boss
Ok thank you :)
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  • swamijatin2
welcome

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