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  • 5 years ago

solve the systems of equations by subsitition 4x -3y =3 6x-2y =2

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  1. anonymous
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    Y=-1 X= 7/-3

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    how did you get that can you show me

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    oh wait..

  4. anonymous
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    apologies, x is 0 and y is -1

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    can you show me how you got it

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    basically multiply the first equation by 6 to get 24X-18Y=18 and then similarly the second equation by 4 to get 24X-8Y=8 then subract the seconds equation from the first; 24X-18Y=18 -(24X-8Y=8) To get; -10Y = 10 Rearannge to get Y=10/-10 hence Y=-1 Subsitute into first equation to get 4X+3=3 hence 4X=0 so x is 0

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