I do not understand how to do this problem: 4e=5+2f 6f=9-4e Could someone please explain to me how to solve this problem?
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Originally Posted by mrking I do not understand how to do this problem: 4e=5+2f 6f=9-4e Could someone please explain to me how to solve this problem? so you have these two equations with two unknowns. You can easily find e and f OR, 4e=5+2f and 6f = 9-4e. therefore, 4e = 9 -6f so you can write 5+2f = 9-6f. This will give you the value of f, after which you can find out e.
oh ok thanks
Last edited by mrking; April 21st 2010 at 06:01 PM. Reason: didnt see later post
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