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Chapter 4.3, Problem 52E
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### Finite Mathematics and Applied Cal...

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# In Exercises 51-56, x, y and z represent the weights of the three ingredients X, Y, and Z in a gasoline blend. Say which of the following is represented by a linear equation in x, y, and z, and give a form of the equation when it is.The blend is free of ingredient X.

To determine

If the condition forms a linear equation in x,y,z also give the form of linear equation if possible and the x,y,z represent the weights of three ingredients X, Y and Z in a gasoline blend. And the blend is free of ingredient X.

Explanation

Since x,y,z represent the weights of three ingredients X, Y and Z in a gasoline blend.

It is mentioned that the blend is free of ingredient X

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