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Choose the correct graph of the given system of equations. y − 2x = −1 x + 3y = 4

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    D.None of the above

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    @blondie16

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    solve for y

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    y − 2x = −1 i get: y = 2x -1

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    right :) then graph it

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    i dont see it in those graphs..... ^^

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    wait..

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    wait?

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    how do i graph it?

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    the y-int. then the slope is up 2 over 1 or down 2 over 1

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    A?

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    @blondie16

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    no it is not a

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    ???????

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    graph it and find it it would be B

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    no its not B

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    how?

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    yes it is nevermind... i get a positive slope for the first one and a negative slope for the other one........

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    lol

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    im so confusing lol

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    xD

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    im correct right? lmfao..

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    @AccessDenied

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    I haven't done this in two years D: @ash2326 help her? :D Please? haha

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    lol :) thanks

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    No problem haha

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    @Gabylovesyou Can you solve simultaneous linear equations?

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    O.o no lol .......

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    @ash2326 I did it already.... can u check my answer?? I got B?

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    How did you solve this?

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    solved for y and then i graphed both of them ..

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    How did you graph? Did you use a paper?

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    no......... i used the comp..

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    for solving y also?

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    no... for solving y i used paper lol

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    @ash2326

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    Am i correct? is it B ?

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    Yes, you are right. But I feel that you could have used another method for solving for x and y You can find y in terms of x from both the equations and compare them to find the value of x and then use x value to find y. The value you'll get for x and y, will be the point where the lines intersect.

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    oh. lol :p ok ..

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