Determine which of the following are linear inequalities and linear equations.Write LI if the sentence is linear inequality and LE if it is linear equation 1.2x+y>1 2.y=3x-6 3.y-5<7x 4.3s >= t+1 5.x+5y=10

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Equations and inequalities
asked 2020-12-22
Determine which of the following are linear inequalities and linear equations.Write LI if the sentence is linear inequality and LE if it is linear equation
1.2x+y>1
2.y=3x-6
3.y-5
4.\(3s >= t+1\)
5.x+5y=10

Answers (1)

2020-12-23
As per bartleby guidelines only the first three subparts are to be solved. Please upload other parts separately.
Given:
The objective is to find which of the equations are linear inequality and linear equations.
2x+y>1
y=3x−6
y−5
An equation which contains the symbols <,>,\(>=,<=\)</span> are called linear inequality.
Similarly, an equation which contains the symbol = is called linear equation.
Consider the first equation, 2x+y>1.
As the first equation contains the symbol >, it is a linear inequality.
Consider the third equation, y=3x−6.
As the second third equation contains the symbol =, it is a linear equation.
Consider the second equation, y−5
As the second equation contains the symbol
Hence, option (1) and option (3) are LI and option (2) is LE.
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