Posted by **no one needs to know** on Thursday, July 1, 2010 at 8:38am.

how do you solve the following questions using the substitution method?

-3x-y=3 3x+6y=48

-3x-5y=-21 -5x+6y=32

2x+4y=12

4x+16y=8

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