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 one year ago
Check my work. I think that this system of equation has infinite numbers of solution. System: 2y + 6 = 4x and  3 = y  2x. So I solved the first equation for y. So first I subtracted 6 from both sides and got 2y = 4x  6, then I dived both sides by 2 and got y = 2x  3. For the second equation I solved for y by subtracting y from both sides and got y + 3 =  2x, then I subtract 3 from both sides and got y = 2x  3. Is this correct?
 one year ago
Check my work. I think that this system of equation has infinite numbers of solution. System: 2y + 6 = 4x and  3 = y  2x. So I solved the first equation for y. So first I subtracted 6 from both sides and got 2y = 4x  6, then I dived both sides by 2 and got y = 2x  3. For the second equation I solved for y by subtracting y from both sides and got y + 3 =  2x, then I subtract 3 from both sides and got y = 2x  3. Is this correct?

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precal
 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.2do you see that they are both the same;all I did was multiply 3=2x+y by 2 and I got the other equation that means they are both the same, and the solution is infinitely many solutions both equations overlap and cross is many places
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