4x – y + z = 6
3x + 2y – z = 0
4x – y – 3z = 2

- anonymous

4x – y + z = 6
3x + 2y – z = 0
4x – y – 3z = 2

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- anonymous

4x-y+z=6
-/4x-y-3z=2
4z=4 ----> z=1
2/4x-y=5
3x+2y=1
11x=11 -----> x =1 so y=-2

- anonymous

But my choices are..
7x + y = 6
x – y = 6
x + y = 6
7x – y = 6

- anonymous

my mistake

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- anonymous

y=3

- texaschic101

you got an elimination problem.....or substitution....can both of you handle it ?

- anonymous

oh my god I am making mistakes all the time

- anonymous

y=3 is not one of my choices..sorry

- anonymous

y=-1 okey

- texaschic101

you got 3 equations.....not 2...remember that

- anonymous

so it is the first one 7x + y = 6 correct!!!!

- texaschic101

Do you need me to do the problem ?

- anonymous

Please

- anonymous

That dude dont no what the heck he is doing and id appreciate an example

- texaschic101

Hold on...this will take a little while...I will soon post the answer :)

- anonymous

I have already done that

- anonymous

the answer is 7x+y=6 dude

- anonymous

I dont need u to give me the answer "DUDE" i want the explanation and example

- anonymous

@raebaby420 really? do not get it

- anonymous

And im about to teache you something too... You dont call girls DUDE its a sign of disrespect. and no i do not get the 4 different answers u gave me, thanks for trying. Bye now

- anonymous

@raebaby420 i did not say "dude" to you :) to texac..I was trying to help but you are so stupid to understand...I am sorry bye

- anonymous

but you have great boobies I could not argue that

- anonymous

Im not stupid, im on here to get help and examples and u sir, are not one to give them OBVIOUSLY. Now please stop causing trouble so i can learn hwo to do this from people who are willing to help and get off here. now leave me alone

- anonymous

an advice..when you want help do not say the people who are trying to help That dude dont no what the heck he is doing

- anonymous

you perky bastard

- anonymous

Excuse me. please get off my thing. and leave so people will help me. This is getting ridiculous

- Directrix

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- anonymous

Thank you. the moderators wont do anything but im glad u would say something.

- anonymous

Im definitely complaining about this site later on. This is ridiculous they have moderators that wont say anything but people who use the site do.

- anonymous

Oh good!! im still a little confused. i understand how you got that far. but how does it relate to my answer choices?

- anonymous

Appreciate that..x=1, y=-1, z=1 so the answer 7x+y=6 :)

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- anonymous

If you want to learn something, you can check my messages on top :)

- anonymous

@raebaby420, I'm sorry, I messed up. But you can use the answer @SkykhanFalcon just put.

- anonymous

..This is going no where

- anonymous

@Zelda thank you zelda.. I did the question but she is not gonna believe me :)

- anonymous

I NEED EXAMPLES

- saifoo.khan

Try this:
https://www.khanacademy.org/math/trigonometry/systems_eq_ineq/fancier_systems_precalc/v/systems-of-three-variables
@raebaby420

- anonymous

4x-y+z=6
-/4x-y-3z=2
4z=4 ----> z=1
2/4x-y=5
3x+2y=1
11x=11 -----> x =1 -----> y=-1 then
your choices are
7x + y = 6
x – y = 6
x + y = 6
7x – y = 6
If you put the values I found in these equations, you can see the answer as 7x+y=6

- anonymous

@saifoo.khan good site..you know any site for engineering electromagnetics

- saifoo.khan

Try http://stackexchange.com/
http://stackoverflow.com/

- texaschic101

Hey listen up....those answer choices cannot be the answer to this problem...if you finished this problem you would get the answer to all the integers for instance....x = ? or y = ?......the answer choices that are given are not in that form. However, when you add just the first 2 equations...this is what you get...
4x - y + z = 6
3x + 2y - z = 0
-------------add
7x + y = 6
This is not the answer to the entire problem, but it is a step in the problem....is this what you want ? If so, then this is your answer :)

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