Question about Dell Inspiron B130 Notebook

It's possible that the connection between the power button and the motherboard is becoming worn. Does moving your power cable (especially the part right near the back of the laptop) help at all? A common problem of laptops is that the pin in the cable or the AC jack inside the laptop becomes worn.

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

The purchased is sub standard. Get a replacement from the store. N.B the fujitsu charger will work for some

Time and damage your laptop because of the higher amp

Time and damage your laptop because of the higher amp

Jan 27, 2013 | Toshiba Satellite Computers & Internet

Take it back to where you bought it from for testing.

Try putting charger in a different power point.

Try putting charger in a different power point.

Dec 12, 2012 | Dell Inspiron 1525 Laptop

The x intercept is where your line will cross the x axis. Therefore, the value for y at this point is 0. Substitute 0 for y in this equation and solve for x.

6x + 3(0) = 27

x = 27/6

x = 4 1/2

x intercept = (4 1/2, 0)

Follow the same reasoning for the y intercept.

6(0) + 3y = 27

y = 27/3

y = 9

y intercept = (0,9)

Now plot these two points and draw your line through them.

6x + 3(0) = 27

x = 27/6

x = 4 1/2

x intercept = (4 1/2, 0)

Follow the same reasoning for the y intercept.

6(0) + 3y = 27

y = 27/3

y = 9

y intercept = (0,9)

Now plot these two points and draw your line through them.

May 18, 2012 | SoftMath Algebrator - Algebra Homework...

To find the solution, first find the value of y for each equation.

Then substitue one equation into the other so that you only the x variable left.

Then just solve for x.

Once you have a value for x, then you can easily solve for y.

So for the first equation:

3y - 6x = -3

3y = 6x - 3

**y = 2x - 1**

Now for the second equation:

2y + 8x = 10

2y = -8x + 10

**y = -4x + 5**

Since both equations equal y, they also equal each other, therefore:

2x - 1 = -4x + 5

Now just solve for x:

2x + 4x = 5 + 1

6x = 6

**x=1**

Now substitute x=1 into either original equation:

y = 2x - 1

y = 2 (1) - 1

y = 2 - 1

**y = 1**

Therefore the solution is x=1 and y=1

Good luck, I hope that helps.

Joe.

Then substitue one equation into the other so that you only the x variable left.

Then just solve for x.

Once you have a value for x, then you can easily solve for y.

So for the first equation:

3y - 6x = -3

3y = 6x - 3

Now for the second equation:

2y + 8x = 10

2y = -8x + 10

2x - 1 = -4x + 5

Now just solve for x:

2x + 4x = 5 + 1

6x = 6

y = 2x - 1

y = 2 (1) - 1

y = 2 - 1

Good luck, I hope that helps.

Joe.

Nov 09, 2011 | Texas Instruments TI-84 Plus Silver...

Todd is 4 years old.

Let Tom's age = X

Let Todd's age = Y

From the given facts:

X = 5Y

and

X + 7 + 6 = 3 ( Y + 7 )

X+13 = 3Y + 21

X = 3Y + 8

So if:

X=5Y

and

X=3Y+8

Then:

5Y=3Y+8

2Y=8

Y=4

I hope that helps.

Joe.

Let Tom's age = X

Let Todd's age = Y

From the given facts:

X = 5Y

and

X + 7 + 6 = 3 ( Y + 7 )

X+13 = 3Y + 21

X = 3Y + 8

So if:

X=5Y

and

X=3Y+8

Then:

5Y=3Y+8

2Y=8

Y=4

I hope that helps.

Joe.

Sep 14, 2011 | Office Equipment & Supplies

if you are looking for the answer, then here it is. Jenny gets 8 inches then Demi gets 4 inches then Drew gets 6 inches.

May 25, 2010 | Texas Instruments TI-30XA Calculator

You can solve it with following method.

5x+3y=6 2x-4y=5

So 5x=6-3y so 2[(6-3y)/5]-4y=5

So x=(6-3y)/5 so 12-6y-20y=25

so -26y=25-12

so -26y=13

so y= -(1/2)

2x-4y=5

so 2x=5+4y

so 2x=5+4(-1/2)

so 2x=(10-4)/2

so 2x=6/4

so x =3/2

The value of x=3/2 and value of y= -1/2

Let me know if you need further assistance.

Thanks for using FixYa.

5x+3y=6 2x-4y=5

So 5x=6-3y so 2[(6-3y)/5]-4y=5

So x=(6-3y)/5 so 12-6y-20y=25

so -26y=25-12

so -26y=13

so y= -(1/2)

2x-4y=5

so 2x=5+4y

so 2x=5+4(-1/2)

so 2x=(10-4)/2

so 2x=6/4

so x =3/2

The value of x=3/2 and value of y= -1/2

Let me know if you need further assistance.

Thanks for using FixYa.

Mar 03, 2010 | Office Equipment & Supplies

Hello,

I am not lecturing you but I would rather you understand how to do the manipulations involved in isolating a variable.

You want to isolate y, Ok

Start stripping it of all that is not y.

3y + 4x =6. (Addition is commutative, I can change the order of addition)

The term with y is** added **to 4x. If I want the term in y alone on one side I perform the** inverse operation of addition**, a **substraction**. I subtract 4x from both sides.

3y+4x-4x=6-4x. But 4x-4x=0, and we are left with

**3y= - 4x+6**

This operation is sometimes summarized as make one term change side while changing its sign

It would do no harm to put the right side of the foregoing equation in parentheses. I do that to avoid errors)

3y= (-4x+6).

Now y is**multiplied** by the number 3. To isolate y I have to perform the **inverse operation** of the multiplication, namely the division by 3

3y/3 =(-4x+6)/3. The left hand side is just y

**y= (-4x+6)/3.**

While result is correct, I can also open the parentheses

y= -4x/3 +6/3

**y= -(4/3)*x +2.**

Hope it helps.

I am not lecturing you but I would rather you understand how to do the manipulations involved in isolating a variable.

You want to isolate y, Ok

Start stripping it of all that is not y.

3y + 4x =6. (Addition is commutative, I can change the order of addition)

The term with y is

3y+4x-4x=6-4x. But 4x-4x=0, and we are left with

This operation is sometimes summarized as make one term change side while changing its sign

It would do no harm to put the right side of the foregoing equation in parentheses. I do that to avoid errors)

3y= (-4x+6).

Now y is

3y/3 =(-4x+6)/3. The left hand side is just y

While result is correct, I can also open the parentheses

y= -4x/3 +6/3

Hope it helps.

Oct 22, 2009 | Texas Instruments TI-89 Calculator

2y - x = 3

x = 3y - 5

Add the two equations side by side,

2y - x + x = 3 + 3y - 5

2y = 3y - 2

y = 2

Plug this in the second equation to get x,

x = 3(2) - 5

x = 1

So the solution is**x = 1**, **y = 2**

or in ordered pair notation**(1, 2)**

x = 3y - 5

Add the two equations side by side,

2y - x + x = 3 + 3y - 5

2y = 3y - 2

y = 2

Plug this in the second equation to get x,

x = 3(2) - 5

x = 1

So the solution is

or in ordered pair notation

Jun 29, 2009 | Computers & Internet

B. 2((2-Y)/3)-Y=3

2(2-Y)-Y=9

4-2Y-Y=9

-3Y=9-4

-3Y=5

-Y=5/3

Y=-1.67

A. 3X+(-1.67)=2

3X-1.67=2

3X=2+1.67

3X=3.67

X=3.67/3

X=1.22

2(2-Y)-Y=9

4-2Y-Y=9

-3Y=9-4

-3Y=5

-Y=5/3

Y=-1.67

A. 3X+(-1.67)=2

3X-1.67=2

3X=2+1.67

3X=3.67

X=3.67/3

X=1.22

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