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Solve this system of equations using the addition method. x+y=6 -x+3y=-2 Solve this system of equations using the addition method. x+y=6 -x+3y=-2 @Mathematics

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  1. hoblos
    • 4 years ago
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    y=1 x=5

  2. Eigenvector
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    They're all lined up. Now just add through. x+y=6 -x+3y=-2 ----------- 0+4y=4 4y=4 divide both sides by 4. y=1 plug y back into the first equation (or any of the two for that matter) x+1=6 = x=5 or -x+3(1)=-2 = -x=-5 = x=5

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    y=1 and x=5

  4. princess1817
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    addinng both equations x+y=6 -x+3y=-2 |dw:1319831421025:dw| 4y=4 y=1 put y in any one x=5

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