Which system of equations is not a linear system?a) 2x + y = 11x = 13 + yb) 2x = 11 - y4x - y = 13c) -1/2 x - y = 3/43/2 x + 2 = -7/8d) -x² + y = 10x + y = 5

boitshupoO 2021-06-12 Answered

Which system of equations is not a linear system?
a) 2x+y=11
x=13+y
b) 2x=11y
4xy=13
c) 12xy=34
32x+2=78
d) x²+y=10
x+y=5

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Answered 2021-06-13 Author has 108 answers

A system of linear equations has equations that can be written in the form Ax+By=C. Since choice d has an equation where x is squared, then it is not a system of linear equation.
So, the correct answer is choice d.

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