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The system of equations shown below is graphed on a coordinate grid: 4y + x = 4 2y − x = 8 Which statement is true about the coordinates of the point that is the solution to the system of equations? It is (2, 5) and lies on both lines. It is (−4, 2) and lies on both lines. It is (2, 5) and does not lie on either line. It is (−4, 2) and does not lie on either line.

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    Plug the points in and work them out. For instance Let suse the first one (2,5) = (x,y) 4(5) + 2 = 4 <---- Is this true? does it workout to 4=4? 2(5) − 2 = 8 <--- is this true? Does it 8 = 8 If both equations are true then that is your point

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