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lizzie.23061

  • 2 years ago

How do you solve this linear system? y=x-1 y=-x+5

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  1. ajprincess
    • 2 years ago
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    First add both the equations. When u add them x will b eliminated. Then u can solve and find y. Apply the value of y in the first or second equation and find x.

  2. mominanisar
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    add both the equations

  3. mominanisar
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    the result is2y=4

  4. mominanisar
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    then y=2

  5. mominanisar
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    you can put value of y in anyone of the two equations to get value of x

  6. mominanisar
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    if put in equation 1 then y+1=x, so x=3

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