MATH SOLVE

4 months ago

Q:
# What does it mean for a point to be a solution to a linear equation?

Accepted Solution

A:

It just means that a given point lies on the line created by the linear equation. For example, for the linear equation y=2x, the point (3,6) is a solution because it lies on that line.

Hope this helped in some way.

Hope this helped in some way.