How do you solve algrebraic equations with no values (including only x and y exponents)?
- aeiouLv 71 decade agoFavorite Answer
Put some example in details.
- Anonymous4 years ago
making use of transposition on the first equation, you get Y=8/5(X-a million). Substituting in the different equation, you receives a cost X=a million. making use of this value for X contained in the first equation, u get a cost Y=0. Verifying the solutions for X and Y will be carried out by technique of making use of them inthe 2d equation and fixing it for an answer which should be the same because the equation itself.
- 1 decade ago
Give us an example
- fcas80Lv 71 decade ago
Do you mean like 3^y=7 ?
Take logarithms of both sides:
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- NorthstarLv 71 decade ago
Give us a specific problem so we can see what you had in mind.