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yash Grade: 12
        
what is the difference between the equation of line which is not equal to zero and the one equal to zero
2 years ago

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Gayatri Jayesh Bondriya
521 Points
										
    …..   IF  THERE  IS SIMPLY  A    SL     WE  DENOTE  IT    BY  EQUATION      ON TH   BASIS  OF  PARAMETERS    IF  ITS   NATURE     AS    UNIVERSALLY    WE  DEAL  LHS  AND  RHS    TO  GET  VALUE  OF  ANY  INEQUALITY    ….. SO   AS    AN   EXAMPLE   ax + by = c   IF  I PUT    C    TOWARDS  LHS  ax + by- c=  0       SO  IN  WHOLE  MATH      IN  INEQUALITIES  THERE  IS  ONLY  A  SIGNIFICANCE  OF [ = ]    TO  ANALYSE   VALUE  OF  ANY  PROBLUM   
 
JUST  THINK 
2+2= 4
2+2-4=0
IN  MATH    FOR  PURE   VALUES  LHS=  RHS 
 
SO  SINIFICANCE   OF 
 
   ax + by- C =  0
  IS NOTHING   BUT     ON  PUTTING  ALL THE   VALUES  OF   X  AND Y        OF  HE  POINTS  ON  PLANE  BY  WHICH  THIS  LINE  IS  FORMED  ...    THIS  EQUATION   WILL   SATISFY     ALL  OF THEM  AND 
ax + by-C    WILL BECOME    EQUAL  TO  RHS    WHICH IS  [ 0]
 MEANS  POINTS   WILL SATISFY  THE  LINE        MEANS  POINTS  LIES  ON  THE  LINE  ….….…...if  you  like  my  advise  just click on approve  button  ...and  please type  for any other  quary  if  you  have
  
2 years ago
Gayatri Jayesh Bondriya
521 Points
										
AND   IF  YOU  ARE   JEE ASPAIRENT      DO  NOT  WATSE  YOUR    TIME  ON     FOOLISH  RESEARCH   NO  ONE  CAN  ASK  THIS 
2 years ago
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