# Worksheets for Linear equations in two variable

Given below are the linear equations in two variables class 10 worksheet with solutions

Question 1.
Solve these linear equation in two variable ( x and y)
a. $37x + 41y = 70$
$41x + 37y = 86$

b. $99x + 101y = 499$
$101x + 99y = 501$

c. $23x - 29y = 98$
$29x - 23y =110$

d. $ax + by = a - b$
$bx - ay = a + b$

e. $x + y = a + b$
$ax - by = a^2 - b^2$

f. $(a - b) x + (a + b) y = a^2 - 2ab - b^2$
$(a + b) (x + y) = a^2 - b^2$

g. $8x - 3y = 5xy$
$5y = -2xy$

h. $3(2x + y) = 7xy$
$3(x + 3y) = 11xy$

i. $49x + 51y = 499$
$51x + 49y = 501$

j. $217x + 131y = 913$
$131x + 217y = 827$

1.
i. (3, 2)
ii. (3, -1)
iii. (8, 3)
iv. (1,-1)
v. (a, b)
vi. (a,-b)
vii. (0, 0) ,(22/31, 11/23)
viii. (0,0) (1,3/2)
ix. (1 ½ , 9/2)
x. 3,2

Qustion 2
Solve these linear equation in two variable ( x and y)
i. $\frac {1}{2x} + \frac {1}{3y} = 2$
$\frac {1}{3x} + \frac {1}{2y} = \frac {13}{6}$

ii) $\frac {2}{x} + \frac {3}{y} = \frac {9}{xy}$
$\frac {4}{x} + \frac {9}{y} = \frac {21}{xy}$
Where $x \ne 0,y \ne 0$

iii. $\frac {22}{x+y} + \frac {15}{x-y} = 5$
$\frac {55}{x+y} + \frac {45}{x-y} = 14$

iv.$\frac {5}{x+y} - \frac {2}{x-y} = -1$
$\frac {15}{x+y} + \frac {7}{x-y} = 10$

v. $bx + cy=a+b$
$ax( \frac {1}{a-b} - \frac {1}{a+b}) + cy ( \frac {1}{b-a} - \frac {1}{b+a})= \frac {2a}{a+b}$

vi)$\frac {1}{2(2x+3y)} + \frac {1}{7(3x-2y)} = \frac {17}{20}$
$\frac {7}{(2x+3y)} - \frac {1}{(3x-2y)} = -\frac {28}{5}$

vii.$\frac {x+1}{2} - \frac {y +4}{11} = 2$
$\frac {x+3}{2} + \frac {2y+3}{17} = 5$

viii.$\frac {7x -2y}{xy} =5$
$\frac {8x+7y}{xy} =15$

ix. $\frac {x}{a} + \frac {y}{b} =2$
$ax -by = a^2 - b^2$

x.$\frac {57}{x+y} + \frac {6}{x-y} = 5$
$\frac {38}{x+y} + \frac {21}{x-y} = 9$

i. (1/2, 1/3)
Hint: Take $\frac {1}{6x}=p , \frac {1}{6y} =q$ and then solve in p& q and then find x and y

ii. (1 ,3)
Hint: Take $\frac {1}{x}=p , \frac {1}{y} =q$ and then solve in p& q and then find x and y

iii. (8,3)
Hint: Take $\frac {1}{x+y}=p , \frac {1}{x-y} =q$ and then solve in p& q and then find x and y

iv. (3,2)
Hint: Take $\frac {1}{x+y}=p , \frac {1}{x-y} =q$ and then solve in p& q and then find x and y

v. $\frac {a}{b},\frac {b}{c}$ vi. (2,1)
Hint: Take $\frac {1}{2x+3y}=p , \frac {1}{3x-2y} =q$ and then solve in p& q and then find x and y

vii. 5, 7
viii. (1, 1)
Hint:
Convert into these forms
$\frac {7}{y} - \frac {2}{x} =5$
$\frac {8}{y} + \frac {7}{y} =15$
Take $\frac {1}{x}=p , \frac {1}{y} =q$ and then solve in p& q and then find x and y

ix. (a,b)
x. (11, 8)

Question 3.
In a cyclic quadrilateral ABCD,Find the four angles.
a. $\angle A = (2x + 4)$, $\angle B = (y + 3)$, $\angle C = (2y + 10)$, $\angle D = (4x -5)$.
b. $\angle A = (2x - 1)$, $\angle B = (y + 5)$, $\angle C = (2y + 15)$ and $\angle D = (4x -7)$

a. $\angle A = (2x + 4)$, $\angle B = (y + 3)$, $\angle C = (2y + 10)$, $\angle D = (4x -5)$
In a cyclic quadrilateral, Opposite angles are supplementary.
$\angle A + \angle C = 180^0$ and $\angle B + \angle D = 180^0$
So $2x+4+2y+10=180$ or $x+y=83$
$y+3+4x-5=180$ or $y+4x=182$
Solving the above equation by Substitution method
x=33 and y=50
So Angles are

700,530,1100,127 0
b) $\angle A = (2x - 1)$, $\angle B = (y + 5)$, $\angle C = (2y + 15)$ and $\angle D = (4x -7)$
Solving similarly, we get
650, 550, 1150, 1250

Question 4.
Given below are three equations. Two of them have infinite solutions and two have a unique solution. State the two pairs:
$3x - 2y = 4$
$6x + 2y = 4$
$9x -6y = 12$

For Infinite solution:

We have $\frac{a_1}{a_2} = \frac {b_1}{b_2} = \frac {c_1}{c_2}$ is the equation for infinite solution.
Equation 1 and 3 is satisfying the condition
$3x-2y=4$; $9x-6y=12$
3/9 = -2/-6 = 4/12

This also means equation 1 and equation 3 are same

Unique solution:
We have a1/a2 is not equal to b1/b2 is the equation for the unique solution.
Equation 1 and 2 and Equation 2 and 3 is satisfying the condition
3x-2y=4; 6x+2y=4 & 6x+2y=4; 9x-6y=1
3/6 is not equal to -2/2 & 6/9 is not equal to 2/-6.

Question 5
Find the values of a and b for which the following system of linear equations has infinite number of solutions:
$2x + 3y = 7$
$2ax + (a + b)y = 28$

We have
$\frac{a_1}{a_2} = \frac {b_1}{b_2} = \frac {c_1}{c_2}$
$\frac{2}{2a} = \frac {3}{a+b} = \frac {7}{28}$
Solving this , we get a=4 and b=8

Question 6
Find the values of a and b for which the following system of linear equations has infinite number of solutions:
$2x -3y = 7$
$(a + b)x - (a + b- 3)y = 4a + b$

We have
$\frac{a_1}{a_2} = \frac {b_1}{b_2} = \frac {c_1}{c_2}$
$\frac{2}{a+b} = \frac {-3}{a+b-3} = \frac {7}{4a+b}$
$\frac{2}{a+b} = \frac {-3}{a+b-3}$
a+b+6=0 -(1)
$\frac {-3}{a+b-3} = \frac {7}{4a+b}$
5a-4b+21=0 -(2)
Solving (1) and (2) by substitution method we get
a=-5,b=-1

Question 7.
In a ABC, $\angle A = x$, $\angle B = (3x -2)$, $\angle C = y$ Also $\angle C - \angle B = 9$. Find the three angles.

In a triangle,sum of angles is equal to 3600
So
$x+ (3x-2) + y=180$ or $4x+y=182$ -(1)
Also given
$\angle C - \angle B = 9$ or $y-(3x-2)=9$ or $y-3x=7$ or $y=7+3x$
Substituting this in (1)
$4x+ 7+3x=182$
$7x=175$
$x=25$
So angles are
25,73, 82

Question 8.
Find the value of k for which the system of equations x + 2y -3 = 0 and ky + 5x + 7 = 0 has a unique solution.

For unique solution
$\frac {a_1}{a_2} \neq \frac {b_1}{b_2}$
Subsituting the values
$\frac {1}{5} \neq \frac {2}{k}$
$k\neq10$

Question 9
For what value of a the system of linear equations $2x + 3y = 7$ and $(a -1)x + (a + 1)y = 3a - 1$ represent parallel lines.

For parallel lines
$\frac{a_1}{a_2} = \frac {b_1}{b_2} = \frac {c_1}{c_2}$
$\frac{2}{a-1} = \frac {3}{a+1} = \frac {7}{3a-1}$
or a=5

Question 10
If the lines $x + 2y + 7 = 0$ and $2x + ky + 18 = 0$ intersect at a point, then find the value of k.

For unique solution
$\frac {a_1}{a_2} \neq \frac {b_1}{b_2}$
Subsituting the values
$\frac {1}{2} \neq \frac {2}{k}$
$k\neq4$

Question 11
Is $x = 5, y = -5$ a solution of the linear equation $3x + 2y - 5 = 0$?

3(5) +2(-5) -5=0
So x=5 and y=-5 is solution of the equation

Question 12.
The father’s age is six times his son’s age. Four years hence, the age of the father will be four times his son’s age. Find the present ages of the son and the father.

let Father age is y and son age is x
First condition
$y=6x$
Second condition
$y+4=4(x+4)$
So we have
$6x+4=4x+16$
x=6 and y=36

## Summary

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### Practice Question

Question 1 What is $1 - \sqrt {3}$ ?
A) Non terminating repeating
B) Non terminating non repeating
C) Terminating
D) None of the above
Question 2 The volume of the largest right circular cone that can be cut out from a cube of edge 4.2 cm is?
A) 19.4 cm3
B) 12 cm3
C) 78.6 cm3
D) 58.2 cm3
Question 3 The sum of the first three terms of an AP is 33. If the product of the first and the third term exceeds the second term by 29, the AP is ?
A) 2 ,21,11
B) 1,10,19
C) -1 ,8,17
D) 2 ,11,20