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Question How do you solve for the intersection between two linear equations? How do you imput that formula in a scientific calculator using variables and constants?

 Aug 4, 2015

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Question How do you solve for the intersection between two linear equations? How do you imput that formula in a scientific calculator using variables and constants?

 

For Example:

Input: solve(2x+3y=5, -4x+y=7)

you get : {x=-((8/7)), y=(17/7)}

 

 Aug 4, 2015
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On the web2.0calc it is really easy.

 

Here is an example

Just make sure that the top right corner of the calc is set to equations :))

 

 Aug 4, 2015
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Best Answer

Question How do you solve for the intersection between two linear equations? How do you imput that formula in a scientific calculator using variables and constants?

 

For Example:

Input: solve(2x+3y=5, -4x+y=7)

you get : {x=-((8/7)), y=(17/7)}

 

heureka Aug 4, 2015

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