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Hey @hkskqgywi ......Do you know the standard line equation...... y = mx + c You just need to compare both and plot the graph PS:Mate you have a way difficult name... :p
Is it done????
Sorry, I was working on a different problem of mine. No, it isn't because I have a difficult time of this kind of algebra... I know the standard equation I just don't know how to put those equations into that
Okay..... 3x + 7y = 2 7y=2-3x y=2/7-3/7x So, now on comparing, c=2/7, m=-3/7 Similarly, do it yourself for second one.... 3x - 4y = 13
So 3x - 4y = 13 4y = 13 + 3x y = 13/4 + 3/4x??
Yup...Now compare for the values of c & m
c=13/4 & m=3/4?? But is that many fractions okay to graph?? because my question says to graph them to find the solution for the system of equations..
Yup...There no problem......Or wait...Your question if augmented might become......Find the solution of the equations....
all I have to do is put them in slope intercept form and then graph them to FIND the solutions. Which for system of equations I don't know if they want me to shade a part or not... I hate algebra lol.
Man....You are making me confused too....Just find some values of x & y for each equations & plot their graph....Point where they intercept is the solution......
I am a girl by the way. Ill just try to graph them and see where they point to find the solution
Sorrryy....Am really sorry.....Pardon me......
Isn't the X supposed to be in the other place? y = mX + b (my teacher always told us it was b).
Its the same c i.e. the intercept on Y-Axis.....I researched & found out that in british systems its c & in US its b.....
so in the slope intercept form you demonstrated for me (thank you by the way), in y= 2/7 - 3/7x -3/7x is going to be the x-intercept? and then 2/7 is going to be the y-intercept?
|dw:1449808654780:dw| Oki...Sis...Take a look at this.....Also your solution is x=3 & y=-1
I have to graph it on this http://taylormath.pbworks.com/f/1193085651/f-206-15-ex-1.gif
Okay, thank you.