i need help solving these systems by using elimination. (HELPER WILL GET A METAL)
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If you're to eliminate one of the variables (x or y), you generally have to multiply one or both of the two equations in such a way as to obtain equal coefficients in the two equations for either x or y. For example, multiplying the first equation by 2 makes the y term of that equation equal 18y, and multiplying the 2nd eq'n by 9 makes the y term of that equation equal -18y. That's good, because y will disappear when you combine the two modified equations. Do this, please, and see if you can now solve the resulting one equation forx.
oh okay, thank you!
How'd you do? Were you able to find the value of x? y?