Math Algebra
posted by Anonymous .
hi wat method would i use and how would i solve this system of equations
x^2+xy=3
3x^2+2xy2y^2=7
In your first equation, solve for y... you should have xy= x^2+3... divide this by x... so y = x^2+3/x
plug what you solved for y into your second equation and then solve for x
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