What is the solution to the system of equations?
2x + y = -3
x - 2y= -4
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Have you considered solving it?
Personally, I would multiply the first equation by 2 and see if anything magical occurs.
i just dont get the math
That is false. You get lots of math. Now, multiply everything in that first equation by 2 and we can talk.
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We can start by eliminating y, or at list representing it with it's relative value to x.
Just shift around the equation 2x+y=-3
There, now we have y
And we can just put it into the second equation.
Now just solve this one. :)
if x-2(3-2x)=-4 is a little confusing, you can simplify it down to 5x-6=-4
This can easily be re-arranged to find x.