Posted by **Taariq** on Thursday, May 17, 2007 at 11:09pm.

Simplify and solve for x=2 and y=5. Please remember to group like terms.

1. 3x - 2y + 4x -3y

2. y + x - y - x

1. 3x2 - 2x5 + 4x2 - 3x5

6 - 10 + 8 - 15

2. 5+2-5-2

7-5+2

yah i think that's how to solve it, basically sub in the x and ys and solve

## Answer this Question

## Related Questions

- math - 3 1/2 x 5/6 x 3 2/5 3x2+1=7/2 6x2+5=17/5 7/2x5/6x17/5 = 596/60 = 59 5/12 ...
- Algebra 1 - simplify 2/x^2-y^2-1/x^2-3xy+2y^2-3/x^2-xy-2y^2 group like terms, ...
- Algebra 2 Help - 1.) Solve for x. 2x(x - 12) = -40 2.) Solve for x. 3x2 + 2x = ...
- Algebra 2 - 1.) Solve for x. 2x(x - 12) = -40 2.) Solve for x. 3x2 + 2x = 12 - ...
- algebra - why can’t we simplify 3x2+4x any further. If you were to incorrectly ...
- algebra - Can someone please explain What polynomial has a graph that passes ...
- Algebra - Can you please check my work? You have helped other students I know. ...
- Algebra (check my answers) - Please check these answers. Multiply -7(2a2 -4) = -...
- Math - 1. The question is: List the like terms in the following group of terms. ...
- intermediate algebra - Simplify. -2x5(x7)+(x3)4-(4x5)2(-x2)

More Related Questions