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Solve the system of equations by graphing. x +y =3 y= 2x -15

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so to graph the first equation, x+y=3. you're going to put x=0 to find the y intersept (which is 3) then put in y=0 to find the x intercept (which is also 3). so graph the two points (0,3) and (3,0) and connect them. that is your first line. the second equation is in y equals form. so 2/1 is the slope and -15 is the y intercept. graph (0,15) on your graph and take that point and go up two, to the right 1 point and make a point there. keep going up two and over 1 a few times and connect all those points.
(-10, -5)
not what i got when i solved it mathematically

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my next try was (5, -5)
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keep trying what i wrote originally and find where the two lines intersect each other
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I got it now I see thank ( 6, -3)
yes that is correct

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