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Math Help - How Can I Solve Linear Equations Graphically, Not Algebretically??

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    Quote Originally Posted by NemesysEvolved View Post
    can you tell me if im solving this right, there is 2 different ways I can enter this in my calculator and I get 2 different answers.


    x=10-5y/2
    im gonna sub y for 1
    x=10-5(1)/2 so that equals 2.5, so the coordinates are (2.5,1)
    don't forget to subtract that number from ten

    also, the coordinates (2.5,1)(0,2) and (-2.5,-3) line up in a straight line
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    Quote Originally Posted by OReilly View Post
    I have doubted first in MS Excel graph, trusting dan more than Bill Gates, but Bill won this time!

    And I forgot to round x . x = - 2.73 not -2.72

    sorry guys....i was feeling lazy so i just put the equation in a equation solver...i must have inputed it wrong...somtime i'll learn to chech my math BEFOREi post....


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