Example of graphical technique of linear equations, Mathematics

Explain the Graphical Technique of Linear Equations by using this figure.

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The above figure demonstrates:

Solution with graphical method of two equations as:

            2x + y = 8

            x + 2y = 10

The system has a unique solution (2, 4) that represented by the point of intersection of the two equations.

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