anonymous
  • anonymous
Rodney is given two linear equations: x – y = 11 and 2x + y = 19. What value of x should he get as a solution for this system of linear equations? a.3/41 b.9 c.10 d.41/3
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radar
  • radar
This problem is well suited for the use of the "elimination method" further they only want the x value so eliminate the y. this can easily be accomplished by adding the two equations.
anonymous
  • anonymous
You have to use"Simultaneous equations" Noe you can do both ways here, either Elimination or substitution.
radar
  • radar
Simply add them, the y will be eliminated and solve for x.

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radar
  • radar
Do the addition|dw:1433342480090:dw|
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  • radar
The ball is in your court.

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