Posted by **DANIELLE** on Thursday, December 21, 2006 at 10:09am.

Solve by graping the foll:

A. 2X+Y=5

3X-Y=10

B.2X=Y+1

2X-Y=5

I don't know what "graping the foll" is, but problem #2 has no solution, because the lines

Y = 2X -1 (from your fist equation) and

Y = 2x -5 (from your second equation)

never intersect.

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