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have this question that i don't even know where to start at...attachment in comment

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  2. carl51 Group Title
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    x=8 and y=(-1)

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    Plug in these numbers and they should be right

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    can you kind of explain to me how it's done?

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    Well i just did trial and error.

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    oh..okay , thanks anyways ^_^

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    No Problem

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    carl51 sovled it for me...but i really want to know how...

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    r u there?

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    I would find a common denominator for the fractions. 6 is the common denominator.

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    mult the first term of the 1st eq by 3/3 and the 2nd term by 2/2

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    can you do that?

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    explain him better?

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    can u give me these points phi?

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    i wanna answer

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    u have (x + 2)/2 - (y + 4)/3 = 4 now find a common denominator for the fractions, pick 6 then u get this 3 x - 6 - 2 y - 8 = 24 (1) there is your first ecuation now with

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    (x + y)/2 = 1/2 + (x - y/3)

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    pick 6 again then we have 3 x + 3 y = 3 + 2 x - 2 y (2)

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    with (1) u get x = -5 y + 3 now use (2 ) with ur new x then u have - 15 y + 9 - 2 y = 26 u got y = -1 now use y = -1 in (2) u get x - 5 = 3 x is 8

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    all clear?

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    i really like ur pic anime is awesome

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    sorry guys i had to go run an errand for my parents .... okay i get it now...thank you @XxPainWsxX , @phi, @cookies (me too i love that anime pic)....by the way this is a she (i just really like the boy anime pic becuz i'm working at drawing them)

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