Morning, I have not studied maths for some time now and need some help rearranging the 2 following equations. 1. y=8-2x 2. 3y+2x=-12 Your help is appreciated
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Originally Posted by henry Morning, I have not studied maths for some time now and need some help rearranging the 2 following equations. 1. y=8-2x 2. 3y+2x=-12 Your help is appreciated How are we arranging them? Are the part of a linear system; therefore, we need to solve them simultaneously?
Originally Posted by henry Morning, I have not studied maths for some time now and need some help rearranging the 2 following equations. 1. y=8-2x 2. 3y+2x=-12 Your help is appreciated I suppose you want to make the subject... .
i need to find the slope, x intercept and y intercept of both equations
Originally Posted by dwsmith How are we arranging them? Are the part of a linear system; therefore, we need to solve them simultaneously? i need to find the slope, x intercept and y intercept of both equations
You can read off the slope and intercept in the first one, because it is already in form... is the slope and is the intercept... . To find the intercept, let and solve for . For the second . Now you can do the same process as the first question.
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