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krissywatts Group Title

how do i do this problem? x=9-4y x+4y=11 i need step by step help

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    take the 1st equation and substitute it into the 2nd equation (9 - 4y) + 4y = 11 then solve... interesting solution.

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    i would get an answer that looks like this x=99-48y which is an empty solution

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    no solution

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    here condition of no solution will apply where a1/a2=b1/b2 is not equal to c1/c2

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