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Well you have to put the two equations in y=mx + b form.

Huh?

x+2y=-2
-x -x
2y = -x - 2
/2 /2 /2
y = (-x/2) - 1

So would that be in quadrant IV?

Let me see

No the solution would be in quadrant II

Okay thanks :-)

No prob :)