anonymous
  • anonymous
2x - 40 = 3y 3y = 48 - 6x Using the two equations above, solve for y. y = 4 y = 5 y = -6 y = -11
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anonymous
  • anonymous
u can do this as the previous question.but, instead of substitute the y, u substitute the x to get an equation in term of y.
anonymous
  • anonymous
i tried doing it that way can u please just give me the answer becuase its stuff we havent learned yet.
anonymous
  • anonymous
the whole highschool has to do it bacuse its to get 11th graders ready for pssas and even use freshman who have no idea have to do it

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anonymous
  • anonymous
or, u should note that both equations have 3y: therefore; 2x-40 = 48-6x solve this to get x. then substitute the x-value into any equation to get the y-value
anonymous
  • anonymous
kk ill try
anonymous
  • anonymous
u got it sc?

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