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Substitution 2010-02-14
From Izayah:
what is 3 ways to find the meeting point of y=2x+4 and 3x+y=7 by making 2 table and using a graph
Answered by Stephen La Rocque.
Two equations in two unknowns 2009-09-18
From Citizen:

Answered by Penny Nom.
The method of substitution 2009-09-17
From laura:
ok! i really need help with this question plz help!!

x= - 4y +5
x+2y = 7

Answered by Penny Nom.
Two equations in two unknowns 2009-07-30
From Alicia:
I need help with the following equation please show me the steps to complete so that I will know how to do this my self.
2x-y=2 5x+y=5 Thanks for the help

Answered by Penny Nom.
The substitution method 2009-02-06
From amber:
Pleasse help me with this problem

Answered by Penny Nom.
Two equations in two unknowns 2008-08-01
From James:
Question from james, a student:


My math teacher says that it is (2,-4)

Can someone please explain how to figure this out by graphing?

Answered by Victoria West.
One equation with two unknowns 2007-04-20
From Devon:
Solve for y. 3x 2y = 12
Answered by Penny Nom.
Dividing money unequally 2007-02-06
From Linda:
I have a total of $13,826.48. It is to be divided by 15 kids - 2 of the kids only get half of what the other 13 do - how much do the 13 get and how much does the 2 get? Thanks
Answered by Haley Ess and Steve La Rocque.
Simultaneous equations 2001-12-17
From Matthew:
4x + y = 4
2x - 3y = 5

what is x and y

Answered by Penny Nom.
Two equations in two unknowns 2001-12-04
From Courtney:
y = 3x + 2
y = 4x - 5

solve for x

Answered by Penny Nom.



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