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Spring98
 one year ago
The system of equations shown below is graphed on a coordinate grid:
3y + x = 6
2y – x = 9
Which statement is true about the coordinates of the point that is the solution to the system of equations?
It is (–6, 4) and lies on both lines.
It is (–6, 4) and does not lie on either line.
It is (–3, 3) and lies on both lines.
It is (–3, 3) and does not lie on either line.
Spring98
 one year ago
The system of equations shown below is graphed on a coordinate grid: 3y + x = 6 2y – x = 9 Which statement is true about the coordinates of the point that is the solution to the system of equations? It is (–6, 4) and lies on both lines. It is (–6, 4) and does not lie on either line. It is (–3, 3) and lies on both lines. It is (–3, 3) and does not lie on either line.

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Spring98
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Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0i think it is the second to the last one! is that right?

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