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seiya_001
2005-10-25 11:25:54

thank you..thank you..thank you..thank you..thank you..thank you..thank you.. !! (btw i've corrected  the foolish mistake in my example...*grin*)

ganesh
2005-10-24 18:32:12

This page would be of help.
A linear equation has to necessarily be of degree 1. (degree of a polynomia or an equation is the highest power of any varibale)

seiya_001
2005-10-24 17:14:19

well it's one of them (for straight line only..) what about parabolic, hiperbolic, exponential, and so on..? but thanks anyway.. smile

Flowers4Carlos
2005-10-24 15:31:25

is this what your looking for??
http://www.mathsisfun.com/equation_of_line.html

seiya_001
2005-10-24 10:49:35

umm..can anybody tell me some line (or is it curve..) equations? you know stuff like y=2x is linear equation.. smile i know it's lame but i really need it.. thanks

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