Posted by **Jonnie** on Thursday, April 2, 2009 at 11:18pm.

Solve by the subsitution method.

2x+4y=-6

-3x+y=23

y=23+3x

2x +4(23+3x)=-6

2x +92 +12 x =-6

x=7

y= 23 I am lost after this could some one help me

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