# HELP!

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The problem using elimination/substitution methods what is the solution set to 3x -2y =-4 and 5x=2y the choices
a)(2,-5)
b)(-2,-5)
c)(2,5)
d)(-2,5)

3x-2y=-4
-5x +2y=0
add the equations, solve for x. That makes it a or c. Put that answer in the second equation

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