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  1. swissgirl
    • 2 years ago
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    Seems to me like no solution because if you multiply the first equation by 2 we get: \(2(5x-3y=-3) \to 10x-6y=-6 \)

  2. abbie1
    • 2 years ago
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    Thank you! I think it's 0, but I'm not sure. I have been working on this problem forever!

  3. swissgirl
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    hmmmmmmmmm 0 and no solution are not the same

  4. hartnn
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    why am i getting y= 1?? and x=0.

  5. abbie1
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    I know, but no solution isn't an option.

  6. swissgirl
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    i cld be wrong i just did it offhandedly lol

  7. abbie1
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    Thank you so much! it was y=1!

  8. hartnn
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    Multiply 1st equation by 2. 10x-6y=-6. subtract 2nd equation from 1st equation. 8x=0--->x=0 put it in 1st equation. -3y=-3----->y=1 solution : (0,1)

  9. abbie1
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    Yeah you're right! Thank you!

  10. hartnn
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    welcome :)

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