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what is the solution to y+1=5(x+1) and y=5x-1

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    1. start by distributing the 5 across the parenthesis.

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    ok

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    y+1=5x+5

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    Now, get y alone and put the first equation into y1 and the second into y2 of ur calculator the intersection is the solution After you put it in your calculator you should see that the lines do not intersect. Therefore they are parallel and there's no solution

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