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solve the system of equations:4x - 3y equals 14 and y equals -3x plus 4 i think its either 1(4,10) (2,2)

  • math/algebrall -

    Since 4x - 3y = 14 and y = -3x + 4,
    4x - 3(-3x +4) = 14
    13 x = 26
    x = 2

    I don't agree with any of your y values. What is the 1 by itself supposed to represent?

  • math/algebrall -

    drwls sorry its suppose to be written like this 1( -4, -10) ,(2,2) the one but when i did the equation agin i so confused that i got another answer it could also be (5,2)

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