newbold_galen
solution again!
2xy=7
4xy=4



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hartnn
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Subtract those 2 equations, what you get ?

shaik0124
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multiply first equation by 2 and subtract both equations

newbold_galen
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y=18?

mustry
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y=10 and x=3/2

mustry
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use substitution method

newbold_galen
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can you show me how you got that? this stuff confuses me. seem to always to it wrong

mustry
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take first equation 2xy=7

newbold_galen
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k

mustry
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2x=7+y
y=2x+7.......(1) put value of y in second equation

mustry
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ll be 4x(7+2x)=4

mustry
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4x72x=4

mustry
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2x=74

mustry
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x=3/2