1. ## [math] let's see

Can you solve this and give me the right answers?

Give me x and y
m^2.x+m.y=2.m
m.x+(m+2).y=m
I will post the answer tomorrow, I'm in fifth year of middle school and the mayority who stays at general is older or equally old. So let's see
There may or may not be hints in this text.
The answer of course has m in it and maybe has a parameter in it, for you to decide.
Well I screwed up the hints, I'm on my phone so yeah they're not hints I guess.

2. This looks like some sort of code to me rather than an equation. I hate maths :P

3. Originally Posted by NeoN07
This looks like some sort of code to me rather than an equation. I hate maths :P
Well I'm just looking around to sre how my maths is compared to others my age.

4. I remember that siri used to use a website to do these questions I forget which site

5. What does that have to do with math
I have a feeling this will end up being disappointing and just not clever..

6. Originally Posted by Youtro
What does that have to do with math
I have a feeling this will end up being disappointing and just not clever..
What do you mean?

7. Originally Posted by √ince
What do you mean?
Well it's not an equation is it?

8. Originally Posted by Youtro

Well it's not an equation is it?
Well it kinda is. You solve it by using matrix (don't know the plural form).

9. Well what does M stand for in this case? Mass? Same for X, if it has something to do with an equation then it would be helpful to know what the letters are referring to. I'm currently doing the highest course that you can get for maths over here (National 5 incase you're wondering) so forgive me if my mind is a little muddled up with all these stupid fucking things about the circumference of a circle relating to it's tangent and all this bullshit.

10. Originally Posted by Scotia
Well what does M stand for in this case? Mass? Same for X, if it has something to do with an equation then it would be helpful to know what the letters are referring to. I'm currently doing the highest course that you can get for maths over here (National 5 incase you're wondering) so forgive me if my mind is a little muddled up with all these stupid fucking things about the circumference of a circle relating to it's tangent and all this bullshit.
M and x are just unknown numbers (can't really say it in good English) well I'm 16-17 and also going to the highest math class and I just wanna know if there are some guys here to.
Originally Posted by Zuhrain
you have 3 choices to solve it , substitute, elimination or matrix.
Well we're learning matrix now. But you are right.

11. Here's my suggestion.
Using substitution method, I first found x then replaced on 2nd equation the x for the value I found.

Hope it's right.

12. Originally Posted by gamer4evere
Here's my suggestion.
Using substitution method, I first found x then replaced on 2nd equation the x for the value I found.

Hope it's right.
It's right, If I fill in the y in the x's answer I get my answer, so I have a second x and y tho. One where x = r(parameter) and y = 0.
Originally Posted by Zuhrain

oh. good. how about using scientifc calculator?
What do you mean with a scientific calculator, sorry my English isn't so good in general and now we're speaking of math, certainly not.

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14. Originally Posted by Zuhrain

yes.. we find the accurate answer using scientific calculator
Oh wel I just used matrix, we didn't get to learn solving it on a calculator. (Maybe later?)

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16. Originally Posted by Zuhrain

yes.. we find the accurate answer using scientific calculator
Obviously you can't since you are not working with numbers but with variables.
You must write equations and make sure one of the sides of the equation has one variable and only that variable.
Like I did before.

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