y=x^2+2 y=-x+4 SOMEONE PLEASE HELP ME ON THIS

y=x^2+2 y=-x+4 SOMEONE PLEASE HELP ME ON THIS

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Equate the two equations, and then move everythign to one side so you have x^2+x-2. That factors into (x-1)^2=0, therefore x=1

Y=y, so x^2+2=-x+4 x^2+x-2=0 (x-1)(x+2)=0 x=1 or -2 Y=-x+4 y=-1+4. Or y=-(-2)+4 y=3 or y=6 so, x=1, y=3 or x=-2, y=6

@spaceknight ... after you get that 1 , do i plug that into x to get y ?

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