Algebra 2

Solving Linear-Nonlinear Systems

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What up, fam? Yay Math In Studio here, covering what first appears to be elusive, but isn't all that bad: Solving Linear-Nonlinear Systems of Equations. That is, suppose you have any of the conic sections, such as a parabola, circle, ellipse, or hyperbola. Where would those graphs intersect each other? Or, where would those graphs intersect a line, if at all? We cover all that here, using both the substitution method, and the elimination method. YAY MATH!

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