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The techniques for solving linearequations andlinear inequalities are similar, yet different. Explain and give an example of both a linearequationand a linear inequality that demonstrates this difference.
1.) Solve and check the linearequation.
5x - 5 = 30
A) {30}
B) {34}
C) {11}
D) {7}
2.) Solve and check th

One fundamental difference between a linearequationand a linear inequality lies in the number of possible solutions. A linearequation has a finite (limited) number of solutions while the linear inequality has a range (set) of solutions.
I need an example of an equationand an inequality that expresses the above difference

Sue is offered a new job selling furniture where she makes a base pay of $1500 a month plus commission. According to a current employee, she should be able to earn $30,000 in sales monthly. To maintain her standard of living she must make $3000 total monthly. What commission rate must she earn to maintain her standard of livi

LinearAlgebra
Matrices
Eigen Values and Eigen Vectors(I)
Find the characteristic equation of the matrix
A = [1, 3, 7; 4, 2, 3; 1, 2, 1]
Show that the equation is satisfied by and hence obtain the inverse of the given matrix.
The fully formatted problem is in the attached f

Please help with the following problems. Provide step by step calculations.
Find the slope of each line that has a slope
x=5y
Find an equation in the form y=ms +b (where possible) for each line.
Through (3,-5) parallel to y= 4
Graph each linearequation defined as follows;
3x - 5y =15
Solve each system of equat

I have two questions that I need help with.
1) How would you find a basis of the kernel, a basis of the image and determine the dimension of each for this matrix? The
matrix is in the attachment.
2) Are the following 3 vectors linearly dependent? (see attachment for the three vectors) How can you decide?
I hope y

The drying time of varnish depends on the amount of certain chemical that s added.
a. Determine a best (least-squares) ft parabola of the form:
T(m) = x1 + x2m + x3m^2 to the data provided n the table below
b) Also, estimate the drying time of the varnish when 3.5 grams of the chemical are added.
Mass (m) of Additive (Gr