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y=x+2
y=3x1



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NotTim
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and your goal is to?

anonymous
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pass algebra

NotTim
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Maybe they wish to achieve greater?

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need to graph it

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as separate functions? if so, make a table, then plot the pointsdw:1357633118558:dw

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for both

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need to find the point that they will meet t

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by graphing?

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no find solutions of x and why the graph it an tell where point it. just need help with the equations

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arrggh

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why not rearrange 1 equation and sub it into the other? You know what I mean?

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i know what you mean but i am bad at this and cant get it figured right

NotTim
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so rearrange y=x+2 or y=3x1 to solve for x

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where it becomes x=

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so x=2+y ?

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a little off there. forgot something

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x=2y

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yup

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what next?

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k and then put that in the 2nd equation right?

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ay

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y=3(2y)1 > y=63y1 > y=53y

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what else?

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stumped after that

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their are 2 yvariables still

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oh so add 1 y too each side?

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well 3 y

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ay

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so 4y=5 ?

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then divide both sides by 4 right?

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ay

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so then how do i put that in to figure x?

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y=?

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sub the value for whatever valeu you found into 1 of the equations

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5/4 or 1.25

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ok. sub that value as y into one of the equations

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x=.75?

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i have no idea. didnt do the math.

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oh ok

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well thank you so much . u were a huge help. might finally be getting this

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well, good luck to you. that's all you need for this question then?

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yep. can graph from that

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awesome. NOTTIM AWAY