Do linear equations intersect?

Answer When you graph a linear equation, it comes out as a straight line. Therefore, unless two linear equations result in parallel lines, they will intersect, and you can use algebra to determine the poi... Read More »

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How to Solve Linear & Non-Linear Equations Then Determine if They Are Linear or Not?

Solving equations, whether linear or nonlinear, is a matter of isolating x on one side of the equation, and numerical coefficients on the other. Specific methods for doing so will vary among equati... Read More »

How to Write Equations for Two Lines That Intersect But When Graphed Look Parallel?

Two lines that intersect but not on a graph means that its intersection comes at a distant point that cannot be represented on a standard graph. The equation of a line is y = mx + b, where "m" is t... Read More »

How to Graph Equations, Linear Equations, Coordinates and Functions?

Some high school math courses require students to be proficient in using a graphic calculator. Many classes ask that students purchase a Texas Instruments calculator such as a TI-83, TI-84 Plus or ... Read More »

How to Solve Linear Equations & Linear Models?

Linear equations and models are mathematical expressions of the form c=X+b. These equations are characterized by a first-degree x-variable --- in other words, one that contains no exponents --- and... Read More »