A line L: 2x -3y = 1 is given.
Show that the coordinates (x,y) of any point on the line L can be written as
x = 2 + 3k and y = 1 + 3k
I don't know how to show it.
Is that just by putting x = 2 + 3k and y = 1 + 3k into the equation of L?
A line L: 2x -3y = 1 is given.
Show that the coordinates (x,y) of any point on the line L can be written as
x = 2 + 3k and y = 1 + 3k
I don't know how to show it.
Is that just by putting x = 2 + 3k and y = 1 + 3k into the equation of L?
Hello, ling_c_0202!
There must be a typo . . .
A line $\displaystyle L\!:\;2x -3y \,= \,1$ is given.
Show that the coordinates (x,y) of any point on the line L can be written as
. . $\displaystyle x \:= \:2 + 3k$ and $\displaystyle y \:= \:1 + $2$\displaystyle k$
I don't know how to show it.
Is that just by putting $\displaystyle x = 2 + 3k$ and $\displaystyle y = 1 + 2k$ into the equation of $\displaystyle L$?
Yes!