Posted by **bob** on Sunday, March 14, 2010 at 8:47pm.

How do I solve the equations using the elimination method:

.3x-.2y=4 and .4x +.3y= 49/23

Normally I would multiply the decimals by 10 to make them whole numbers, but that fraction is really throwing me off. What do I multiply to eliminate that fraction? Please help!

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