Posted by **Robin** on Sunday, April 11, 2010 at 8:45pm.

Solve the system by graphing

8x-6=-18

6y-8x=18

divide 1 equation by 2

4x-3y=-9

divide 2 equation by -2

-4x-3y=-9

this makes both equation dependent

slope intercept of two equation

4x-3y=-9

3y=4x+9

this makes this consistent.

Just helping if I can.

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