A linear equation is an algebraic equation in which each term is either a constant or the product of a constant and (the first

power of) a single variable.

LinearExpression: a mathematical statement that performs functions of addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division Note: Variable(s) in linear expressions Cannot have exponents (or powers) For example, x squared or x 2 Cannot multiply or divide each other For example: "x" times "y" or xy; "x" divided by "y" or x/y Cannot be found under a root sign or square root sign (sqrt) For example: Ö x or the "square root of x"; sqrt (x) These are examples of linear expressions: x + 42x + 42x + 4yThese are not linear expressions: 4yThese x2(no exponents on variables) 2xy + 4(can't multiply two variables)2x / 4y(can't divide two variables)Ö x(no square root sign on variables) In an linear equation it forms striagt line in x,y axis

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‡ 1 Linear equations in two variables
± 1.1 Forms for 2D linear equations
‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ 1 General form 2 Standard form 3 Slope±intercept form 4 Point±slope form 5 Two-point form 6 Intercept form 7 Parametric form 8 Polar Form 9 Normal form 10 Special cases

GENERAL forms
Linear equations in two variables General form Standard form Slope± Slope±intercept form Point± Point±slope form TwoTwo-point form intercept form Parametric form

solutions
x - 4 = 10 x = 14 2x - 4 = 10 Add 4 to both sides of the equation: Divide both sides by 2: The answer Add 4 to both sides of the equation: Divide both sides by 2: The answer is x = 7.er is x = 7.

Linear equations with 2 variable 

In this form, a1, a2, «, an are the coefficients, x1, x2, «, xn are the variables, and b is the constant. When dealing with three or fewer variables, it is common to replace x1 with just x, x2 with y, and x3 with z, as appropriate

IF WE SEE THEN NEWTON 3 LAW OF MOTION EVERY ACTION HAS ITS EQUAL AND OPPOSITE REACTION

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