Posted by maddie on Friday, July 27, 2007 at 6:30pm.
To solve the system of equations, which expression could be substituted for x into the first equation?
I have another problem just like this one so if you could explain how to solve this one I can (hopefully) solve the other,thanks
Solve the second equation for x:
x + 4 y = 10 --->
x = 10 - 4 y
ok I think I got the idea,lets try this one.
I'm thinking 2y-15 here are the choices:
x = 2y + 15
Answer this Question
More Related Questions
- algebra ll - To solve the system of equations, which expression could be ...
- algebra 2 - to solve the system of equations which expression could be ...
- Algebra1!Plz help I have test 2morrow!!! - so would the new eqaution be... 2x+8=...
- algebra 2 - If you were to use the substitution method to solve the following ...
- Algebra 2 - If you were to use the substitution method to solve the following ...
- algebra - How do I do substitution equations out of the equations in the system...
- Algebra 1 HELP PLZ!!! - Use the Substitution method to solve the system of ...
- algebra - evaluate each function for the value specified.fx+x2-7x+10; find (a)f(...
- correction of math - can someone correct this for me please. Directions: Solve ...
- Algebra - Translate each problem into a system of equations. DO NOT attempt to ...