algebra 1
posted by DANIELLE .
Solve the Foll by substitution
x=1/5y
3x+2y=26
So, substitute 1/5y for x in the second equation. Then solve for y. Can you take it from here?
yes thanks I figured it out.
Danielle

3x + 5y = _8
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