In this video we will learn about the basics of Linear Equations in two variables.

Equations of the form a_{1}x + b_{1}y + c_{1} = 0 where a_{1}, b_{1} and c_{1} are real numbers and a_{1} and b_{1} are both not zero are Linear Equations in two Variables.

- The condition of a
_{1}and b_{1}are both not real zero could denoted mathematically as a^{2}+ b^{2}≠ 0. - Solutions of the linear equations in two variables are those values of x and y for which Left-Hand Side becomes equal to Right –Hand Side.
- For every Linear equation in two variable we obtain a straight line on the graph and for every solution of the Linear Equation, we get a point on a straight line.

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