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##### Check solutions to simultaneous equations

##### Find the point of intersection graphically

##### Plot the curve and the line to find the two points of intersection

##### Equations and inequalities: Page 44, Example 6

##### Explore which regions on the graph satisfy which inequalities

##### Solving Simultaneous Linear and Quadratic

You can find one or more common 'x's where the difference between the equations is zero, and then substitute these 'x's back into either equation to find the corresponding 'y's. The linear equation might be the simpler one to substitute your 'x' into, but it can be reassuring to check each 'x' and 'y' against both equations.

##### Solving Two Simultaneous Quadratics

You can find one or more common 'x's where the difference between the equations is zero, and then substitute these 'x's back into either equation to find the corresponding 'y's. It can be reassuring to check each 'x' and 'y' against both equations.

How many solutions can two simultaneous quadratics have; at least and at most?

##### Investigate Linear Inequalities

The line $y = ax + b$ is shown in blue and the line $y = cx + d$ is shown in red.

$ax + b > cx + d$ where the blue line lies above the red line.

The solution is shown on the number line at the bottom.

Note that the solution is itself an inequality, but in terms of just x.

Note also, that the intersection point is shown as an open circle on the number line, because it isn't itself included in the solution.

When the solution lies to the left of the intersection you should be able to see how the direction of an inequality reverses when multiplying or dividing both sides by a negative number.

##### Investigate Quadratic Inequalities

The curve $y = a{x^2} + bx + c < 0$ is plotted, and the inequality holds where this curve lies below the x-axis.

The solution is shown on the number line at the bottom.

Note that the solution is itself an inequality, but in terms of just x.

Note also, that intersection points are shown as open circles on the number line, because they aren't themselves included in the solution.

##### Investigate Quadratic/Linear Inequalities

Both the curve $\color{blue}{y = a{x^2} + bx + c}$ and the line $\color{red}{y = dx + e}$ are plotted, and the inequality holds where the curve lies on or above the line.

The solution is shown on the number line at the bottom. Note that the solution is itself an inequality, but in terms of just x. Note also, that intersection points are shown as closed circles on the number line, because they are included in the solution.