Are the given solutions correct? And are what I worked the right answers? If not, please tell me where I made a mistake. I'm not too sure if I substituted the y values correctly...

Nov 8th 2011, 08:56 AM

e^(i*pi)

Re: Linear and non-linear equations

Quote:

Originally Posted by spirit79

I can't find the right answer to this question... Is it just me, or are the solutions given wrong?

Are the given solutions correct? And are what I worked the right answers? If not, please tell me where I made a mistake. I'm not too sure if I substituted the y values correctly...

Your answer is correct, you can also test your results by subbing them into the original equation.

Spoiler:

For (-5,2) : which is correct as is so (-5,2) is a valid solution

For (11/3 , -8/9): so (11/3 , 8/9) is a valid solution.

Nov 8th 2011, 10:17 AM

spirit79

Re: Linear and non-linear equations

Quote:

Originally Posted by e^(i*pi)

Your answer is correct, you can also test your results by subbing them into the original equation.

Spoiler:

For (-5,2) : which is correct as is so (-5,2) is a valid solution

For (11/3 , -8/9): so (11/3 , 8/9) is a valid solution.

Thanks for your clarification...! (Bigsmile)

I have another question, but I'm not too keen to start another thread topic on it seeing that the questions are related...