Algebra Lessons | Framing Linear equations algebrically and geomentrically from Word Problems
Framing an equation using given condition.Algebraical and graphical representation of given condition.Find ordered pairs of equation.Plotting ordered pairs on same Cartesian plane.Read the common point of intersection of lines when 2 equations are plotted on the same Cartesian plane.
To understand the Algebraic interpretation and graphical representation i.e. intersecting lines implies unique solution, coinciding lines implies infinite solution and parallel lines implies no solution.
Description: In this video students will learn to relate graphical solutions and their algebraic interpretation.
Execution: Teacher will find and plot the ordered pairs on the graph paper. Students will be asked to plot a pair of linear equation in two variables on the same Cartesian plane. They will find the graphical solution and will relate it to their algebraic interpretation.
00:02 Q2. The coach of a cricket team buys 3 bats and 6 balls for Rs 3900. Later, she buys another
bat and 2 more balls of the same kind for Rs 1300. Represent this situation algebraically
01:16 Synthesis of information
00:40 Framing an equation using given condition.
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02:00 Algebraical representation of given condition
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02:57 find at least 2 ordered pairs of the given equation
05:67 make a table of ordered pairs (x,y) satisfying the given linear equation in two variables.
05:40 plot the ordered pairs on the graph paper
06:45 plot a pair of linear equation in two variables on the same Cartesian plane
07:00 read the point of intersection of the two lines and thus find thesolution of pair of linear equations graphically
07:17 Q3. The cost of 2 kg of apples and 1kg of grapes on a day was found to be Rs 160. After a
month, the cost of 4 kg of apples and 2 kg of grapes is Rs 300. Represent the situation
algebraically and geometrically.
07:43 Synthesis of information
08:17 Framing an equation using given condition.
08:46 Framing an equation
09:30 Algebraical representation of given condition
09:38 how to graph a linear equation in two variables | graphical representation
make a table of ordered pairs (x,y) satisfying the given linear equation in two variables.
12:15 plot the ordered pairs on the graph paper
13:50 plot a pair of linear equation in two variables on the same Cartesian plane
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