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  • 4 years ago

a+b=11 a-b=4

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  1. anonymous
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    16/7?

  2. anonymous
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    hold on :D

  3. anonymous
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    re you asking if A and B are 16 and 7?

  4. anonymous
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    that was the answer i got. but i really dont know how to do the problem so I dont know if that is the correct answer

  5. anonymous
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    Well, if a and b are 16 and 7, then it wouldn't work, because 16 + 7 = 23, and 16 - 7 = 9

  6. anonymous
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    i canceled the 3y's out and added 2x and 5x which gave me 7x and then added 5+11 and got 16 and then divided.

  7. anonymous
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    but i really dont know how to do it.

  8. anonymous
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    well heck I dont even knwo what problem im doing here lol

  9. anonymous
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    wait, wahat was original problem?

  10. anonymous
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    lol typos, sry XD

  11. anonymous
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    lol ive messed up. the problem i just explained is 2x-3y=5 and 5x-3y=11

  12. anonymous
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    'kay, hold on , I'm gonna figure it out :)

  13. anonymous
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    are you solving by any sort of way in particular? Like Substitution or something ?

  14. anonymous
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    it just says using elimination by addition or subtraction

  15. anonymous
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    Okay :D almost done

  16. anonymous
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    wait, when I was solving it, I found there was no solution, so if the problem asks if there is a solution/no solution, then there is no solution... :D Unless I did it wrong, but I rarely get this wrong.

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