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10.2 Simultaneous Linear

So far, we looked at one linear equation; there are times when you are provided with two linear equations and you have to look for a solution. By solution we mean values of x and y that are common in both equations. There are two ways of solving these equations: Graphically and Algebraically.

Example 1

Adam has a business of selling cars. The following linear equations define his revenue and costs.

Revenue = 27,000 × no. of cars sold

Cost = 150,000 + 12,000 × no. of cars sold

What is the break-even point?

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The following are the type of questions you can expect in exam:

10.2.1 Exam Question Type 1

10.2.2 Exam Question Type 2

Study notes of this section and other resources can be accessed here:

10.2.3 Study Notes & Resources

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