How to construct linear equations Q2b) Q11 and Q13?
I've found the formula for a which is #r=(v+mu)/(m+1)# . But I could construct equation for c without getting a bizarre answer.
For questions 11, I got the equation 10x+5(412x)=205 but x=0 in this case.
And lucky last questions 13
I did x=Apollo y=aph and z=ad
Z=x+7200 y=x4000
So we have x+x+7200400=303200
And go x=98800, complete different to the answer. Can't someone please correct my mistake? And I will love you forever:)
I've found the formula for a which is
For questions 11, I got the equation 10x+5(412x)=205 but x=0 in this case.
And lucky last questions 13
I did x=Apollo y=aph and z=ad
Z=x+7200 y=x4000
So we have x+x+7200400=303200
And go x=98800, complete different to the answer. Can't someone please correct my mistake? And I will love you forever:)
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(13) Mr. Aphrodite earn
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To construct linear equations Q2b), Q11, and Q13, follow these steps:

Q2b):
 Identify the slope (m) and yintercept (b) from the given information or context.
 Write the equation in slopeintercept form: y = mx + b, where m is the slope and b is the yintercept.

Q11):
 Determine two points that lie on the line.
 Calculate the slope (m) using the formula: m = (y2  y1) / (x2  x1), where (x1, y1) and (x2, y2) are the coordinates of the two points.
 Choose one of the points and use it to solve for the yintercept (b) using the formula: y = mx + b.

Q13):
 If the equation represents a line passing through the origin (0,0), the equation will be in the form y = mx, where m is the slope.
 If the equation represents a line parallel to the yaxis, it will be in the form x = c, where c is a constant.
 If the equation represents a line parallel to the xaxis, it will be in the form y = c, where c is a constant.
Ensure to substitute the appropriate values and constants into the equations to form the desired linear equations for Q2b), Q11, and Q13.
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