Using just your first equation
Expand the brackets
Remove the brackets
Group like terms together
Factor B out of the first 2 terms
Take C from Both sides
Divde (1+6C) through both sides
Now sub this into the 2nd equation for B.
Well tricky for me anyway... (non- maths guy)
Is it possible to solve these simultaneously & if so pretty please show me how (even though they simplify to the same equation)
7B+1+(C-1)(6B+1)=41
7C+1+(B-1)(6C+1)=41
I mean is it possible to get an answer for C&B in positive integers...
Thanks again guys, really appreciate your help!