The first equation can be rearranged to give y in terms of x. This expression for y can then be substituted for y in the second equation, giving an equation in x which can be solved to give the value of x. The value of y is then found by substitution of the x value in one of the original equations.
okie use elimination
so wait. what am i using guys? elimination or substitution?
do 3(2x+y=-4) this way you can eliminate y and solve for x
u can use either but tbh substitution takes too long
so 3(2x+y=-4) ---> 6x+y=-12
oh lol I'm not doing his work for him
x.x i need help on meh question