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anonnnn

  • 2 years ago

which graph represents the solution to the given system? 1. y = –x + 2 y = 3x – 1 (1 point)

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  1. anonnnn
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  2. BoredMathNerd
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    The graph on top ! ^^

  3. anonnnn
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    Thank you! If you can't its okay, but can you tell me how you figured that out? o:

  4. BoredMathNerd
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    do you want the solution too? and I could really just look at the graphs and know. but you know y=-x+2 will go through the point (0,2) and (2,0) and y=3x-1 will go through (0,-1) and (1/3,0) by plugging 0 in for the x's and solving for the y intercepts then plugging 0 in for y and solving for the x intercepts. The graphs in image 1 cross these points while the other graphs dont.

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    Thank you

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