I am suppose to solve the solution of the following system of linear equations by graphing. It says give the solution in an ordered pair. Be sure your graph shows the solution.
2x-4y=-8, my ordered pair are (0,2) & (2,1). I think the 2nd ordered pair are wrong, but why? This is what I did...2x-4y=-8,answer: y=1/2x+2 & then the 2nd equation is 3x-2y=-12 & my ordered pair is (0,6) & (2,3). My answer to that problem was y= 3/2x+6. I don't have a point where they cross so I know I am wrong, please help!
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