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Hi how do i solve x + 2y = 4 on my tI 82

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M=3 , b=-1

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You should first put it in the form y=mx+b
x + 2y=4
-x -x 1subtract x from both sides

/2 /2 2 divide both sides by 2 (to get y alone)

y=2- x/2 now you can put that into your calc. (Y= button)it would like like this on your screen Y1=2-X/2 (X is found under mode)
next hit graph

2nd, TABLE will give you a list of x-values and y-values
hoped i didn't leave anything out and i hope this helped

Posted on Jan 17, 2008

  • AndyPugh Jan 17, 2008

    The work didn't come out well he it is again

    x + 2y= 4

    -x -x

    1subtract x from both sides

    2y= 4-x

    /2 /2

    2 divide each side by 2

    your left with y=2-x/2



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