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Solve the system by using a table. system (1 point) (2, 2) (2, –2) (2, 1) (–2, 2)

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    You have to create 2 tables for each of the equations with x and y coordinates. The point where both x and y coordinates are the same for each equation is the solution to the system. This is honestly a pretty dumb way to solve a system but they're asking you that so I guess you have to do it... |dw:1357772026478:dw|

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    I'm kindof confused how to solve it...

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