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what situation would leave you with these equations? 5x+y=0 and 5 x+2y=30

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what do you mean by situation? like values of x and y?
no , more a like word problem
i dont understand the question....

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a word problem but like solving systems of equations , the word problem comes first and then you would write down the equations and solve for x and y. But in my case i need the word problem for a school project.
yea idk still not getting it
um say i ordered 6 pizzas and 5 drinks to equal 60 dollars then later i ordered 3 pizzas and 4 drinks to equal 24 dollars how much is each pizza and drink. ALL this but for the 2 equations i need.
ok so just set up and equation where the 5 in the "5x"" is the price of the number of pizzas you bought, x. and do the same for drinks. them that equation equals the total costs
but what confuses me is the =0

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