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In the below system, solve for y in the first equation. 2x + y = 11 5x – 2y = –1

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so the first step is to isolate x in the second equation and then plug that answer into the first equation and then solve for y. give it a try
follow the same technique that i had told u in the previous question
since you have to find the value of y so we will try to make coeffiecient of x same

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u can make cofficient of x same by mutiplying equation first by 2
Wouldnt it be 2x-11
after this multiply eqn second by 5 follow this two get two separate equations..................

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