Posted by **hannah** on Tuesday, August 12, 2008 at 3:06pm.

the first equation of the system is muti plied by 2. by what number would you mutiply the second equation to elimi nate the x variable by adding? first: 6x - 5y equals 21 second: 4x plus 7y equals 15 and another one is the first equation of the system is muti plied by 4. by what number would you mutiply the second equation to elimi nate the y variable by adding? first: 2x plus 5y equals 16 second: 8x 4y equals 10

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