Posted by **DANIELLE** on Monday, January 8, 2007 at 3:05pm.

Do I place the following two equations on the same line as they both represent the same lines. Pleas show. Thanks much.

3x-2y=8

6x+4y=16

I am sorry I am not too big on graphing.

no they are not the same line. because if you had reduced 6x+4y=16---> you would get 3x+2y=8

there is one thing that is different which is the sign. One of them is +2y and the other is -2y therefore they would not be the same.

ummm how do you want to show the graph..umm i would reduce them into y=..which will help because it would be in slope-intercept form..where you can find the intercept

-3x + 2y =8

3x + 2x=8

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