Importance of Linear Equation in Math

Posted on November 5, 2011. Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: , , |

Mathematical expression is represented in the form of any polynomial equation which may or may not consist of various derivatives of different order. But linear equation is a form of polynomial which consists of all the derivatives of same order, because of this property of linear equations, their solution is easy in comparison to other polynomials. That's why the complex equations of math are converted in linear form to solve them with ease. For non- linear to linear conversion there are various standard principles of math used. The standard form of a linear equation is

Ax + By = C

Here A, B and C are integer constants and x and y are variables of same order.

 

There is a basic concept while solving linear equations that if an equation consists of 'n' different variables than 'n' linear equation of those variables is required in a system to solve that linear equation system by replacing the variables with their numerical values.

 

When we try to do the 2D representation of any linear equation then this process is said to be Graphing, and every time graphing of a linear equation forms a straight line on a plane surface. The pictorial representation of a linear equation graph is plotted with respect to Cartesian axes co-ordinates which are calculated by x and y intercepts. In mathematics, graphing is done according to various graphing functions which are distinct for various forms of equation in maths.

 

If you want to learn more about linear equations and the procedure of solving and graphing them then TutorVista, an online math tutoring website, provides online help for students for round the clock.

 

This online help is provided by intelligent and professionally certified online math tutors so you can rely on them without hesitation.

 

 

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