(1,2) {y=3x+5}
{y = x + 4}
What were the instructions for the above? What are you supposed to be doing with this? What is the meaning of the "(1,2)", and how does this relate to the two linear equations? What have you tried so far? Which methods have you been taught for solving systems of linear equations (assuming you're solving)? How far have you gotten in using one or another of those methods?(1,2) {y=3x+5}
{y = x + 4}
That appears to be a system of two linear equations in two variables and a point either known or given. That point is NOT a solution of the first equation. It is also not a solution of the system.(1,2) {y=3x+5}
{y = x + 4}
What did you get when you graphed?Solve each systems by graphing, if possible.
{ x - y = 4
{ 2x + y = 5
I haven't got the answer yet, but do I switch the numbers around to y-intercept form?What did you get when you graphed?Solve each systems by graphing, if possible.
{ x - y = 4
{ 2x + y = 5