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Part 1: For the following system of equations, write your own real world scenario that describes what is happening. Use complete sentences and correct grammar in your scenario. Part 2: Solve the system and explain what the results mean according to your scenario. 2x + y = 9 3x + 4y = 26

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  1. JackJones
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    i just need help with the scenario part not the equation

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    x=2 and y=5 btw

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  3. Pac1f1cIslander
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    IT's defo Green :D

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    what does that even mean

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    IT means it's green :)

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    can i get some real help for once

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    I am helping!

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    NO YOUR NOT!!!!

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    your spamming

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    Yes, the answer is green, sooooo

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    im reporting u

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    troll...

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    Oh god *facepalm* THe answer is green because you can use a tree for part one as a real world scenario :P

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    how tell me before i report u

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    and hurry up

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    Are you blackmailing me? -_-

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    plz just tell me i wont blackmail u

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    YOU JUST DID^

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    -_- arrgh

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    tell me or i report you and get u bbanned

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    stop speaking in code

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    Anyways for part 1, you can use a forest. There are 9 trees, but only 2 are green out of 9. The planters of the forest mixed the green trees with orange trees (x) They also planted purple trees (y) The number of these trees come out to nine.

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    how does that relate to the other equation

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    I'm not done :P

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    The same number of purple trees and orange trees also affect the number of trees in another forest. There are 26 trees in this forest. The planters decided to move the orange and purple trees to this forest to make it more colorful.

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    see ya thanks

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    Thus, the answer is green :P

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    -_-

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    the answer is your moms hairly...upper lip lmao

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    ^xD

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  31. Bambi
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    Yeah..Toldya Im weird

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