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Difference between Linear Equation in One & Two Variables

Linear Equations Complex Examples Linear Equation in one Variable Linear Equation in Two Variables Difference between Linear Equation in One & Two Variables Linear Expression

Linear Equation in One Variable Linear Equation in Two Variables
There is only one variable There are Two Variables
Power of variable is equal to One Here also, power of variables is equal to one
Linear Equation in One variable has a unique solution Linear equation in two variables has infinitely many solution
Examples:
2x = 20
4a + 1 = 7
9/p = 81
8q - 10 = 2p
Examples:
a - b = 20
2p + 10 = 5q
m + 9n = 18
4r - 3s = 0

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