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how do you solve x+y=4 xy=8
solving it as a linear equation using addition?
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how do you solve x+y=4 xy=8 solving it as a linear equation using addition?
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x and y are 2 for xy=4 x is 10 and y is 2 for xy=8
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simultaneous equations add both equations to get rid of the y's in this question 2x = 4 x=2
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Subs in any of the two equations to get y 2+y=4 in first equation y=6
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