Linear Equations: Solving and Understanding Basics

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What is the general form of a linear equation in one variable?

What does LHS stand for in an equation?

What is transposition in the context of solving linear equations?

How are linear equations in two variables represented?

Which operation is NOT allowed when solving linear equations?

'Formation of a linear equation in one variable' involves:

What is the graphical method for solving a system of linear equations?

If the graph of two linear equations intersect at a point, what does it signify?

Which method involves finding the value of one variable in terms of the other and substituting it into the second equation?

What kind of solution do parallel lines on a graph represent for a system of linear equations?

In a system of linear equations, what does it mean if the lines coincide on a graph?

What is the purpose of multiplying both equations by suitable non-zero constants in the elimination method?

What is the degree of a linear equation?

Which number is a solution of the equation x + 3 = 9?

Which ordered pair lies on the line represented by 4x - 3y + 1 = 0?

If the point (K, 4) is on the line 3x + y = 10, what is the value of K?

When does a system of linear equations have a unique solution graphically?

Solve the system of equations x - 2y = 7 and 3x + y = 35 graphically.

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Learn the basics of linear equations, including the general form, LHS, RHS, and how to find solutions. Explore the rules for solving linear equations in one variable.

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