Use math equation solver to solve complex equations

Posted on May 25, 2012. Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: , , |

In the previous post we have discussed about How to work out linear equation calculator and In today’s session we are going to discuss about complex equations which falls under central board of secondary education,  When we study math equation solver, we say that the math equation solver help us to solve the mathematics equation and get the solution for the given equations. In case we have linear equations of one variable, then we can get the solution of the equation even by hit and trial methods. In this method, we say that we give different values to x and check that if any of the value satisfies the equation, then we say that particular value is the solution of the given linear equation in one variable. We can also solve the pair of linear equations with two variables either by plotting the graph or even by solving the pair of equations algebraically. (Know more about complex equations in broad manner, here,)

If we use the graphical method to solve the pair of linear equations with two variables, then we say that the two lines representing two equations can be plotted and thus we get the point of intersections of the two lines, which are plotted on the same graph. The meeting point of the two equations is called the solution of the pair of the linear equation. In case the two lines do not meet at all, then we say that the pair of equations does not have any solution. Thus we say that the two equations are parallel. On another hand if we have the graph of the two equations such that the two lines coincide each other then we say that the equations have more than one solution. In fact we observe that all the points of these two equations coincide and thus we find that the graph of the two equations overlap each other. SUCH EQUATIONS HAVE INFINITE SOLUTIONS>

This is all about the complex equations and if anyone want to know about Confidence Interval then they can refer Internet and text books for understanding it more precisely and Read more maths topics  such as  math tutor in the upcoming sessions here.


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