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Originally Posted by acevipa Solve simultaneously: The first equation is readily simplified: . The second is also readily simplified: . Solve the two simplified equations simultaneously .....
Originally Posted by acevipa Solve simultaneously: Use substitution method: .... [1] .... [2] Plug in the term for y of [2] into [1]: .... Now divide both sides by Therefore .... and
Originally Posted by earboth Use substitution method: .... [1] .... [2] Plug in the term for y of [2] into [1]: .... Now divide both sides by Therefore .... and Sorry to say, earboth but I think you've done all that work for nothing ..... If you look at the latex code used in the original post, you'll see [tex]11^(y-x) = 1/11[/tex]. I think the intended latex code for equation 2 was [tex]11^{y-x} = 1/11[/tex], to give .....
Originally Posted by mr fantastic Sorry to say, earboth but I think you've done all that work for nothing ..... ( ................. ) here are included some forbidden words but nevertheles it was a nice training.
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