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Compare the linear equation \( 5x=4 \) with the standard form of a linear equation in two variables and indicate the value of “a”.
On comparing the given equation with the standard form , we can say that .
Compare the linear equation \( 2y=3 \) with the standard form of a linear equation in two variables and indicate the value of “b”.
On comparing the given equation with the standard form , we can say that .
Compare the linear equation \( 3x=6 \) with the standard form of a linear equation in two variables and indicate the value of “b”.
On comparing the given equation with the standard form , we can say that .
Compare the linear equation \( y=4 \) with the standard form of a linear equation in two variables and indicate the value of “a”.
On comparing the given equation with the standard form , we can say that .
Compare the linear equation \( x+3y+2=0 \) with the standard form of a linear equation in two variables and indicate the value of “a”.
On comparing the given equation with the standard form , we can say that .
Compare the linear equation \( 2xy+4=0 \) with the standard form of a linear equation in two variables and indicate the value of “c”.
On comparing the given equation with the standard form , we can say that .
Compare the linear equation \( 3x4y=6 \) with the standard form of a linear equation in two variables and indicate the value of “c”.
On comparing the given equation with the standard form , we can say that .
Compare the linear equation \( 2x+yk=0 \) with the standard form of a linear equation in two variables and indicate the value of “c”.
On comparing the given equation with the standard form , we can say that .
Compare the linear equation \( 9x4y=k \) with the standard form of a linear equation in two variables and indicate the value of “b”.
On comparing the given equation with the standard form , we can say that .
Which of the following represents the equation \( x=3 \) as equation in two variables?
Equation can be represented as .
Which of the following represents the equation \( 5x4=0 \) as equation in two variables?
Equation can be represented as .
Which of the following represents the equation \( 3y=5 \) as equation in two variables?
Equation can be represented as .
Which of the following represents the equation \( x=y \) as equation in two variables?
Equation can be represented as .
Which of the following represents the equation \( x=\frac{3}{2} \) as equation in two variables?
Equation can be represented as .
Which of the following represents the equation \( y=\frac{2}{3}x \) as equation in two variables?
Equation can be represented as .
Which of the following represents the equation \( 7x5=2y \) as equation in two variables?
Equation can be represented as .
Which of the following represents the equation \( \frac{x}{2}\frac{y}{3}=5 \) as equation in two variables?
Equation can be represented as .
Which of the following represents the equation \( y6=\sqrt{2} x \) as equation in two variables?
Equation can be represented as .
Which of the following represents the equation \( y\frac{x}{2}=3 \) as equation in two variables?
Equation can be represented as .
The cost of a banana is 4Rs more than an apple. Express this statement as a linear equation in two variable.
, where x= cost of banana and y= cost of apple.