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How do you solve the linear equations
x+y=5
3x-y=3
by use of the Substitution Method?
(Please do not confuse with the Elimination Method)

  • Algebra II - ,

    In the top equation, x=-y+5

    put that in the bottom equation..
    3(-y+5)+y=5
    solve for y.

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    b2+14b+49

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