Please help with: I still cant get my head around this! Thanks in advance! ADY
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For example multiply the first equation (both sides) by 3: and subtract from this the other equation: which you can substitute in one of the original equation: .
Originally Posted by ADY Please help with: I still cant get my head around this! Thanks in advance! ADY -------------1 --------------2 2-1 Therefore , 16y=4 , y=1/4 , then continue to solve for x .
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Originally Posted by ADY Please help with: I still cant get my head around this! Thanks in advance! ADY try this, substitution method then substitute check
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