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solve system equation by substitution 3y=-2x+6 4x+6y=18 answer (6-1) is that correct

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solve for a singlevariable such as y in the first equation, to do this divide every term by 3
this ges you y = -2/3x + 2, which you can substitue into the 2nd equation for the y
the answer it 2 correct and not sure about the other came up w 2/3

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there is not an answer the two lines are parallel
so would i put no answer two lines are parallel
or the equations are inconsistent would also work
what is inconsistent
it is when there is no solution to a system of equations because they do not intersect
thanks

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