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girleegurl
 2 years ago
3x+2y=19
3x+3y=6
solve the simultaneous equation by using elimination method.
girleegurl
 2 years ago
3x+2y=19 3x+3y=6 solve the simultaneous equation by using elimination method.

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Butterfly16
 2 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.03x+2y=19 3x+3y=6> Multiply by 1: 3x+2y=19 1(3x+3y=6) 3x+2y=19 3x3y=6  1y=25 y= 25 Now, plug it back into the first equation: 3x+2(25)=19 3x50=19 3x=69 x=23 x=23, y= 25 Does it make sense? :o)

Chlorophyll
 2 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0@girleegurl In this case should you add or subtract using elimination method?
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