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Solve the system of inequalities by using the substitution method. Check each solution. Show all your work. y ≤ x – 2 x + 3y ≥ 6 Solve the system of equations by using the substitution method. Check each solution. Show all your work. 3x + 2y = 6 x + 4y = -8

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ohhh not sure on the first one but for the second one i rearranged them so the equations looked like this: 4y=x+8 2y=3x-6 can you see how i got that?
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i would then try to isolate one of the Ys. 4y=x+8 would turn into y=x+2. then plug it in. 2(x+2)=3x-6 do distruibutive property 2x+4=3x-6 -2x -2x 4=x-6 +6 +6 10=x

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Then plug in the answer to any equation you want. you got it from there?
Yes thank you
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Wait, what do you mean by pluf in the answer int o any equation?
I mena plug in the answer to any equaiton
So like 3(10) + 2y = 6 Y wasn't found?

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