I NEED HELP PLEASE
Choose the correct graph of the given system of equations.
y - 2x = -1
x + 3y = 4

- anonymous

I NEED HELP PLEASE
Choose the correct graph of the given system of equations.
y - 2x = -1
x + 3y = 4

- jamiebookeater

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Sorry i got distracted... Okay then first you got to make the equations into standard form.

- anonymous

Do you know how to make it into standard form?

- anonymous

Um idk help?

- anonymous

Okay then. You have to subtract -2x and 3 to the other side.

- anonymous

*3y

- anonymous

So it would be, y=-1+2x and x=4-3y.

- anonymous

Do you know how to graph that?

- anonymous

Not really, no

- anonymous

Okay then um i can't explain it well but the number 1 without a variable would be graphed on the y axis (0,1)

- anonymous

yeh i get that

- anonymous

You would then got from (0,1) and go add up to 2 because 2x is not negative. It would then be on (1,1) because you added up to and go right one time.

- anonymous

Now go back to the start which is (0,1). This is where you'll make another point but it will be in the negative side (really your just reversing what you did so you could make a line). Go down 2 and go left once. (-1,-3)

- anonymous

I APOLIGIZE I MADE A MISTAKE ON THE START IT SHOULD BE (0,-1) NOT (0,1)

- anonymous

OKAY ITS FINE xD

- anonymous

It's negative that's why sorry :P

- anonymous

alrighty heh. so what answer choice is the most accurate based on our information that we have gathered?

- anonymous

What do you think it is?

- anonymous

is it D?

- anonymous

No.

- anonymous

i dont see any of the points as (0,1) tho

- anonymous

(0,-1) I MADE A MISTAKE I'M SORRY DX

- anonymous

oh ok but none of them are (0,-1) eitherr

- anonymous

We did not solve the 2nd equation but i don't think it's necessary because nothing else matches the 1st equation.

- anonymous

so its no solution?

- anonymous

No, i feel like i didn't explain very well. Very sorry for that.

- anonymous

The solution would be where both lines intersect.

- anonymous

so A or B

- anonymous

1st Equation: y=-1+2x

- anonymous

wait you said its negative so would the answer be A?

- anonymous

The first point would start at (0,-1) the second point would lie at (1,1)

- anonymous

The 2nd Equation: x=4-3y

- anonymous

The 1st point would start at (0,4) because 4 is positive and you would go down 3 because 3y is negative so the 2nd point lies in (-1,1)

- anonymous

So, would do you think the answer is now?

- anonymous

Wasnt A correct?

- anonymous

I sorry i confused you, i confused myself and rejected your correct answer.

- anonymous

So it is A?

- anonymous

I believe it is D

- anonymous

because none of the graphs are correct?

- anonymous

Yup i see no line matching the equations

- anonymous

alright, ill follow your advise. il tell you if its correct or not. Thank you.

- anonymous

It actually wasnt correct, it was B

- anonymous

Thanks anyway

- anonymous

Oh i see what i did wrong the 1st equation is plan to see on that graph but i think you have to do something with the 2nd equation. Wait let me figure this out.

- anonymous

The 2nd equation would be 3y=4-x

- anonymous

Because a standard form equation starts with a y=

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