Is 4x^2+2y=6 a linear equation? Give a form of a

rocedwrp 2021-08-21 Answered
Is \(\displaystyle{4}{x}^{{2}}+{2}{y}={6}\) a linear equation? Give a form of a linear equation.

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Velsenw
Answered 2021-08-22 Author has 13784 answers
No, it's not. The form of a linear equation:
az+by=c
Since x in the given equation is raised to the power of 2, it's not linear, it's quadratic.
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