GoldRush18
  • GoldRush18
Solve the simultaneous equations x^2+xy=6 x-3y+1=0
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anonymous
  • anonymous
substitute y from the second equation in the first equation. the first equation becomes a quadratic in x then you'll be easily able to solve it
GoldRush18
  • GoldRush18
im trying but still don't know if i'm right
anonymous
  • anonymous
These are the answers after following @vamgadu's recommended procedure:\[\left\{\left\{x=-\frac{9}{4},y=-\frac{5}{12}\right\},\{x=2,y=1\}\right\} \]

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GoldRush18
  • GoldRush18
ok thanks but i'm stuck at the part where i substitute y= -1-x/-3 into the first equation

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