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Use elimination to find the solution to the system of equations.

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  1. anonymous
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    what are the equations? Im really good at this and can help, but i need the numbers

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    Wut the equations?

  3. anonymous
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    4(-x+3y=15

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    is there not a second equation

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    is order to solve the system of equations using elimination, then you need to have 2 different equations

  6. anonymous
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    4x+5y=-9 thats the second eqaution

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    is the first equation suppose to be 4(-x+3y)=15 or 4-x+3y=15

  8. anonymous
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    yeah

  9. anonymous
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    which one?

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    4(-x+3y)=15

  11. anonymous
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    are solving it ?

  12. anonymous
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    yeah im trying

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    its a really messy fraction. Are they all suppose to come out clean and as whole numbers

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    yeah

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