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mystique2626
Use the method of substitution to solve the linear equation 6a=7-b 6a=5-b
Solve for either a or b in the first equation, and plug that into the 2nd one!
Something must be wrong with the equation. it can't be right when you add "b" on both side of the equation and have 6a+b=7 6a+b=5 please correct me if I'm wrong
there is supposed to be an ordered pair,infinitly many solutions or no solution
I tried several different things and i dont think any are right
So solve for a in the first problem (a = 7-b/6)
then plug your new a into the second problem