Substitution Method!PLZ HELP 2222!!
posted by Matthew .
y2x=5
3yx=5
In the top equation:
1) y=2x 5
Put that in the second equation
3( ) x =5
solve for x, then put that value of x back in to 1) to solve for y.
So would it be:
3(2x5)=5?
would it?PLz help me bob and margie!
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