1. The graph of a linear equation in two variables is a _____________________line. 2. The general form of linear equation in two variables is ________

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1. The graph of a linear equation in two variables is a _____________________line.
2. The general form of linear equation in two variables is _______________________.
3. Linear equations in three variables are expressed as _________________________.
4. The number of variables in is __________________________.
5. The solution of a linear equation always ________________________ the equation.
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Answered 2021-02-01 Author has 95 answers

1) We know that, the linear equation in two variable is given by ax+by=c for a and b not both zero.
So the graph of ax+by=c is straight line.
Thus, the graph of linear equation in two variable is always a straight line.
2) As mentioned in part 1) the general form of linear equation in two variables is
ax+by=c where ane0 and bne0.
3) On the similar lines, the linear equation in three variables are expressed as,
ax+by+cz=d where a, b and c are not all zero simultaneously.

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