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More than one variable Linear Equations

A Linear equations is a mathematical equation where the power of any constant unknown variable is always one and the variable has one or more than one is known as linear equations.

Example:

**ax ^{2} + bx + c = 0**

It is equal to 0 and the a, b, c are the constant value and we can say that x represent as unknown.

The a, b, c are the constant and coefficient or linear coefficient. Quadratic equation hold the only power of x which is also non negative integer.

Example:

**6x ^{2} + 8y + 2z = 0**

Here is 6, 8 and 2 are constant value and x, y, z is the unknown variable.

Example #1

5x + 2y = 6 ……. equation (i)

8x + 4y = 4 ……. equation (ii)

Find the value of x and y.

- x = 3 and y = -3
- x = 2 and y = -5
- x = 3 and y = -9
- x = 4 and y = -7

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**Answer:**Option (D)

**How to Solve**

At first we multiply both the equation by 4 and 2.

5x + 2y = 6 ……. equation (i) ( Multiply by 4 )

8x + 4y = 4 ……. equation (ii) ( Multiply by 2 )

20x + 8y = 24 ……. new equation (i)

16x + 8y = 8 ……. new equation (ii)

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4x = 16

x = 4.

Now, we apply the value of x in any equation to obtain the value of y.

We apply it in equation (i)

5 x 4 + 2y = 6

20 + 2y = 6

2y = 6 – 20

2y = -14

y = -7.

So, x = 4 and y = -7.

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Example #2

4x + 3y = 15 ……. equation (i)

4x + 5y = 17 ……. equation (ii)

Find the value of x and y.

- x = 1 and y = 7
- x = 3 and y = 1
- x = 1 and y = 3
- x = 4 and y = 7

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**Answer:**Option (B)

**How to Solve**

At first we multiply both the equation by 5 and 3.

4x + 3y = 15 ……. equation (i) ( Multiply by 5 )

4x + 5y = 17 ……. equation (ii) ( Multiply by 3 )

20x + 15y = 75 ……. new equation (i)

12x + 15y = 51 ……. new equation (ii)

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8x = 24

x = 3.

Now, we apply the value of x in any equation to obtain the value of y.

We apply it in equation (i)

4 x 3 + 3y = 15

12 + 3y = 15

3y = 15 – 12

y = 1.

So, x = 3 and y = 1.

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### Few examples of Inequality with Shortcut Tricks

- Quadratic equations
- Single variable Quadratic equations
- More than one Quadratic equations
- Linear equations
- One variable linear equations
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