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how do i solve this one
is it like the last one we did
It says you can use any method. Do you have a preference?
i dont lol
No, it is not a partial fraction decomp.
I like the addition method. Let's use that.
So, we need to make the equations so one variable cancels.
When we add them
so do we cancel out the y or xes first
Either is fine. What do we need to do to cancel the x's?
add them together
Ok, if we just add them together directly we get:
haha i just got that
like the same time you diid but you posted it first
Ok, but that doesn't cancel out either variable.
So, we need to multiply up the equations so that when we add them, one of the variables cancels.
ok so how do we do that
ok i still dont fully comprhend what you did there
I took the first equation and multiplied it by 4 so that the coefficients of the x terms are equal but opposite signs.
ohh ok makes sence
so is my answer c
No, we need to add the equations together now.|dw:1439921457921:dw|
Both variables end up canceling out. And what is left over is not a true statement since 0 does not in fact equal -6
When that happens, the equations have no solution.
well umm my answer dont have that as a thing to choose
D is the notation for no solution
ohh i knew that lol
No worries :-)