Solve the system of equations 5x-y=3 and -10x+2y=-6 Answers: A; 0.-3 B: -3.0 C: 3,12 D: no solution E: infinitely many solutions

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Solve the system of equations 5x-y=3 and -10x+2y=-6 Answers: A; 0.-3 B: -3.0 C: 3,12 D: no solution E: infinitely many solutions

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isolate y in the first equation
can you do that?
I don't think so... Am I rewriting the first equation?

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ya you want y by itself
first add y to both sides
5x=3+y
then subtract 3 from both sides
y=5x-3
now plug in (5x-3) for y in the second equation
-10x+2(5x-3)=-6
now try and solve for x
-10x+4=-6?
no, foil out 2(5x-3)
Wouldn't I have to do 2 times 5 then 2 times 3
2 times 5 plus 2 times -3
*2 times 5x
2 times 5x= 10x 2 times =3= -6
thats right, so we have -10x + 10x - 6 = -6
simplify that
Simplify? Like break it down again
you want to get x by itself to solve it
Do you minus one of them on both sides
lets just look at the x's. what is -10x + 10x?
0..
that's right
Yayy
so what should be your answer?
0,-3?
no, how did you get -3? anyways, since the x's cancel out there can't be a solution to this system of eqaution
Ah okay >< sorry, thanks for your help!
no problem

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