To solve systems of equations or simultaneous equations by the graphical method, we draw the graph for each of the equation and look for a point of intersection between the two graphs. The coordinates of the point of intersection would be the solution to the system of equations.
If the two graphs do not intersect - which means that they are parallel - then there is no solution.
Using the graphical method, find the solution of the systems of equations
y + x = 3 y = 4x - 2
Draw the two lines graphically and determine the point of intersection from the graph.
From the graph, the point of intersection is (1, 2)
Solving Systems of Equations Graphically
Some examples on solving systems of equations graphically.
Solving a Linear System of Equations by Graphing.
Have a look at the following video for another example on how to solve systems of equations using the graphical method:
Systems of Equations Calculator
This math tool will determine the intersection point of two lines or curves. Enter in the two equations and submit. The graphs of the two equations will be shown. Select step-by-step solution if you want to see the equations solved algebraically.
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