Simultaneous Equations involving One Linear Equation and One Non-Linear Equation

 3.2 Simultaneous Equations involving One Linear Equation and One Non-Linear Equation

 Description A linear equation is an equation which has a power of $$1$$ for each variable.  A non-linear equation is an equation which has at least one variable whose power is not $$1$$. Solving simultaneous equations means finding the values of variables that satisfy those equations.

Example
 Linear Equation
• $$3x+7y=81$$
 Non-Linear Equation
• $$4x^2+5y^2=90$$
• $$\dfrac{1}{x}+\dfrac{2}{y}=15$$

Simultaneous Equations involving One Linear Equation and One Non-Linear Equation

 3.2 Simultaneous Equations involving One Linear Equation and One Non-Linear Equation

 Description A linear equation is an equation which has a power of $$1$$ for each variable.  A non-linear equation is an equation which has at least one variable whose power is not $$1$$. Solving simultaneous equations means finding the values of variables that satisfy those equations.

Example
 Linear Equation
• $$3x+7y=81$$
 Non-Linear Equation
• $$4x^2+5y^2=90$$
• $$\dfrac{1}{x}+\dfrac{2}{y}=15$$