Hi,
How do I solve the following two equations graphically?
2s + 10p = 1008
3s + 16p = 1596
And...
30.99 + 87.48 - 305.73 = 0
Never solved equations graphically,can someone show me where to start,how to I decide initial values
Thanks...
Hi,
How do I solve the following two equations graphically?
2s + 10p = 1008
3s + 16p = 1596
And...
30.99 + 87.48 - 305.73 = 0
Never solved equations graphically,can someone show me where to start,how to I decide initial values
Thanks...
A couple of methods spring to mind.
You can graph the equations very carefully finding the intersection of the 2 lines. This is the solution point. But unless you have some graphing paper it will be quite difficult to find an accuarate answer.
The other way is using a graphical calculator, do you have one?
And.... that makes no sense, please read what you write before posting.
just to add to what has already been said
to graph the lines
set s=0 then solve for p to find the p-axis intercept
set p=0 then solve for s to find the s-axis intercept
these 2 points show where the lines are
to solve for the intersection of the lines
do a simultaneous equation
Hi
No dont have a graphing calculator.Yes I know it can be done with graph paper but dont know where to start,how do I find initial values to start graph.I already know answer to simultaneous eqations s = 84 p = 84 just wanted to have a go graphically.
And...30.99 + 87.48 - 305.73 = 0 or y = h3 + 87.48h-305.73=0
I know it makes no sense,thats why I am looking for some help
Thanks Mark