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Solve the system by graphing or using a table. 3x+y=5 x-y=7
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a. (3.-4) b. (-1,0) c. (-2,5) d. no solution
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Hi. You want to find the point \((x,y)\) that makes *both* of these equations true at the same time. There are a bunch of ways to do it. Each of these equations graphs as a line, and you want to see where the lines cross (if they do). Do you know how to graph each line?

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