## How can you tell if a point is a solution to a system?

A system of linear equations consists of the equations of two lines. The solution to a system of linear equations is the point which lies on both lines. In other words, the solution is the point where the two lines intersect.

**How do you find solutions?**

Determine whether a number is a solution to an equation.

- Substitute the number for the variable in the equation.
- Simplify the expressions on both sides of the equation.
- Determine whether the resulting equation is true. If it is true, the number is a solution. If it is not true, the number is not a solution.

**When looking at a graph how can you tell what the solution or zeros are?**

An Introduction to Intercepts and Zeros

- Look for the y-intercept where the graph crosses the y-axis.
- Look for the x-intercept where the graph crosses the x-axis.
- Look for the zeros of the linear function where the y-value is zero.

### How do you identify a solution?

Identifying solutions is an iterative process: Start by generating hypotheses about how you think you can solve your problem. Then, structure these hypotheses in a how map. Next, decide which hypothesis you want to test first before conducting the actual testing. Finally, conclude: did you find an appropriate solution?

**How do you find the solution in math?**

To find the solution set from the replacement set, plug in each value from the replacement set and evaluate both sides of the equation. If the two sides are equal, the equation is true and thus the value is a solution. Example 1: Find the solution set of 11 – 5w = 1 from the replacement set {0, 2, 4}.

**How do you know if a point is on a graph?**

To find out if a point (x, y) is on the graph of a line, we plug in the values and see if we get a true statement, such as 10 = 10. If we get something different, like 6 = 4, we know that the point is not on the line because it does not satisfy the equation.

#### How to determine if a point is on a line with an equation?

Explanation: To determine whether a point is located in a given line, simply plug in the coordinates of the point into the line. In this case, plugging in the coordinates into the only line where you can plug in the coordinates and have a valid equation is. Plugging in (2,7) would give you an equation of, which works out to.

**How can you tell if a quadratic equation has one solution?**

The first way to tell if a quadratic has one solution is to look at the discriminant. If the discriminant is zero, then the quadratic equation has only one real solution. Remember that for the quadratic equation ax 2 + bx + c = 0, the discriminant is the expression b2 – 4ac.

**How to find out if a point falls on a line?**

The easiest way to find out if a point falls on a specific line is to plug the first value of the point in for and the second value for . which is true. The equation also holds true for , but is false for the other values. So, two of the answer choices are correct.