Elimination to solve 5y+2x=5x+1, 3x-2y=3+3y

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Elimination to solve 5y+2x=5x+1, 3x-2y=3+3y

Postby rommy4 on Wed Feb 13, 2013 11:01 pm

Hello, im struggling on this equation please answer ASAP(got a big test tommorow)

5y+2x=5x+1
3x-2y=3+3y

Please answer showing work so i know how you solved thanks :D
(solve using Elimination)
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Postby stapel_eliz on Wed Feb 13, 2013 11:55 pm

rommy4 wrote:5y+2x=5x+1
3x-2y=3+3y

Please answer showing work so i know how you solved thanks

You already have loads of worked examples, such as in your textbook, your class notes, and online lessons. Now it is necessary to do. A good first step might be to simplify the two equations, so you have only one term with each variable, rather than two x-terms in the first equation and two y-terms in the second equation.

Please reply showing your work so far. Thank you! :wink:
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