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What is the first step in solving this system of equations using elimination?
y=3/4x=3
2x – 4y = 6
A. Write the second equation in slope-intercept form.
B. Subtract 2x from both sides of the second equation.
C. Write the first equation in standard form.
D. Multiply the first equation by 3.

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- tkhunny

Step #1 is to write the problem statement correctly. Your 1st equation needs help.

- anonymous

you mean the second one needs help

- anonymous

i just need the answer I know how to get it but this ones not making sense just not licking with me I think its b tho

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- anonymous

sorry A XD

- tkhunny

No, I mean the 1st. Two equal signs just won't do.

- anonymous

I already know how to do this, why ask to be tough it I asked if someone could help I was confused wingspan head teacher wants to say I'm absuing for just saying i know how to do and need help with just the problem.

- tkhunny

You're not listening. Your first equation is invalid. You cannot solve this one as you have presented it.

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