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Please Help Me Will Give You A Medal! A system of equations is shown below: x+y=3 2x-y=6 The x coordinate of the solution to this system of equations is______.

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add booth equations
could you explain more?i don get it im not good at math
add both sides of the two equations to make just one when you add +y-y, y will knock out of equation.

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x+y=3 +. 2x-y=6 --------------- 3x=9 So can u solve for x now?
yes i can thanks this was helpful
Yea, no problem. And r u really a writer? Did u publish any books yet?
not yet but i belive you dont have to publish to be a writer you just have to have a passion an work hard for itt
Yes, that's true. But won't it be cool to publish just one book u wrote

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