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i have no idea im so confused
i forgot how to do it
Pandabear78693 - so you were taught how to do these?
elimination involves adding the equations together so that one of the terms zeros out ...
yes i was taught to do this but i forgot how to do it @wolf1728
do the equations have a similar term to them that will cancel when added up?
(Since the y's already canceled each other, I didn't have to multiply anything.)
Now plug the x-value in both equation and see if it works:
So the answer is (0,-2) I think
Hope this helps!
so i will add 3x and 2x
you will add all like terms, the idea is to get one of the terms to cancel itself out i the process.
recall that a-a = 0; known as the inverse of addition property or some such
thx 4 da medal
Thanks for helping @amistre64 and @Peaches15 btw ur welcome