How many solutions does this system of equations have? 2x-2y=8 2x+3y=3

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How many solutions does this system of equations have? 2x-2y=8 2x+3y=3

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Well, the slopes are not the same so they are not parallel.
The equations are not the same equation so they are not the same line. Therefore they intersect and have one solution.
okay. I got that. How do i solve it though???

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they are linear so they cross once, one solution
..I see.
substitution method get a variable by itself on one side of one equation then plug the left side in for that variable in the other
Good for you.
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Hint: subtract one equation from the other and you get y=-1 right away.
You are not asked to solve it--only tell how many solutions it has. You can do that by examining the equations without solving.
okay. thanks for the help!

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