Using these two equations, what is the equation for x? and for y? 6x+2x

beljuA 2021-09-27 Answered
Using these two equations, what is the equation for x? and for y?
6x+2xλ=0
6y+2yλ=2
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diskusje5
Answered 2021-09-28 Author has 82 answers
Step 1: To Find
We have to find the equation for x and y for the given equations 6x+2xλ=0 and 6y+2yλ=2.
Step 2: Calculation
Since we have
6x+2xλ=0
x(6+2λ)=0
x=0
Hence the equation for x is x = 0.
Also,
6y+2yλ=2
2y(3+λ)=2
y=22(3+λ)
y=13+λ
Hence the equation for y is y=13+λ.
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