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Solving equations 1⁄3(x + y) = 1⁄5(x - y), 3x + 11y = 4 gives

There is no value of x that can simultaneously satisfy both the given equations.Therefore, find the ‘least squares error’ solution to the two equations, i.e., find the value of x that minimizes th

Solving equations 3x - 2y = 13, 2x + 2y = 0 using graphical method gives us

Solving equations (x + y)⁄3 = 3 and (3x + y)⁄5 = 1 gives

Angle between the pair of straight lines x2 – xy – 6y2 – 2x + 11y – 3 = 0 is

Given the equations y = x2 - 4x - 5 and y+x = -1, one point that satisfies both equations is

Solving following simultaneous equations, 4x - 5y = 17 and x - 5y = 8, we get