# Answer to Question #13036 in Linear Algebra for robb

Question #13036
algebraically, find the intersection points of the two lines given in each part of this problem. y=0.12x+18 y=0.08x+25
To find intersection point we need to equate right parts of given expressions:
0.12x+18=0.08x+25
0.12x-0.08x=25-18
0.04x=7
x=7/0.04=175
To find corresponding value of y we should substitute obtained x into any of the expressions:
y=0.12*175+18=21+18=39
So the intersection point is (175,39)

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Assignment Expert
14.08.12, 14:31

Dear visitor

Therese
14.08.12, 14:28

Algebraically find the intersection points of the two linesgiven in each part of this problem. Y=0.12x+18 y=0.08x+25

Assignment Expert
14.08.12, 14:22

Prime factorization
5=5
9=3*3=3<sup>2</sup>
Therefore LCM(5,9)=5*3<sup>2</sup>=45

Therese
14.08.12, 14:18

By using prime factorization method, find tue least common multiple of 5 and 9.