To solve the system of equations below, Grace isolated the variable y in the first equation and then substituted into the second equation. What was the resulting equation?

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To solve the system of equations below, Grace isolated the variable y in the first equation and then substituted into the second equation. What was the resulting equation?

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y = (12x)/3 y = 4x (value of y from equation 1) substitute it in equation 2 you'll get value of x

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im confused
why its so simple? type out what exactly confuses you?
dont you have to single out the x?
you have two equations k? I took value of x from equation 1 (3y = 12x)
thats not how substitution method works... you have to get value of x or y from anyone of the two equations and substitute in the other one.
hmmm
try it out yourself and post your work here I'll help you correct it k?
how do i do that
http://www.purplemath.com/modules/systlin4.htm see this example it is self explanatory... You have to try it yourself in order to learn it
i got it
awesome dude !

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