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what would the graph look like for this soe? 2x + 3y = –3 x – y = –4

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Two straight lines?
i knew they were both linear but i need to know where they cross
oh, find y. i.e.x-y=-4 =>-y=-4-x =>y=4+x substitute this in your other eqn. and solve for x

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alternatively, make y the subject of both given equations and make them equal to each other.
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Solve both equations simultaneously with some points. You will get your intersection point then.
i am well thank you @Shayaan_Mustafa thank you for your help
2x+3y=-3 x-y=-4 2x-2y=-8 5y=5 y=1 x+1=-4 x=-3 x=-3 y=1
start by doubling x-y=-4 and subtract equations
intersection points are y=1 and x=-3 the the graph looks like this |dw:1338929983883:dw|
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