How can 1/6x − 5 = 1/5x + 2 be set up as a system of equations?

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How can 1/6x − 5 = 1/5x + 2 be set up as a system of equations?

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Are you solving for x?
You just gave 1 equation
@Astrophysics 1. 6 y − x = −30 5y − x = 10 2. 5y + x = −30 5y + x = 10 3. 6y − 6x = −30 5y − 5x = 10 4. 5y + 5x = −30 5y + 5x = 10

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I don't understand, what exactly is the question
To rewrite y= 1/6x-5 and y=1/5x+2 as a system of equations
I got A :)
ohh
It's already a system of equation, but I see you just want to simplify it.
So you have \[y=\frac{ 1 }{ 6 }x-5\] so setting it up as they've showed you, so first move 1/6x to the left side how do you do that
1/6x=1/6x-5 ?
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did you see the answer choices?
Yes
was A right?
So for your first one you have \[y-\frac{ 1 }{ 6 }x=-5\]
Honestly, if you're not interested in the process tell me now.
No, not really :) Sorry
Ok then, good luck!

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