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ihavemathquestions

  • 3 years ago

Solve the system by graphing.

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  1. ihavemathquestions
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    @satellite73

  3. ihavemathquestions
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    Answer choices: (-1, 3) (3, -1) (1,3) (3, 1)

  4. math_proof
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    the best way is to solve for one variable in one equation and then plug it into the second equation replacing the variable

  5. ihavemathquestions
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    Ok. I got (3,1)

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    done

  7. ihavemathquestions
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    is that right

  8. math_proof
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    yes, other way to do it, as they told you to do is to graph both equations and see where they intersect

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