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posted by Amanda .
Solve by elimination method.
2r5s=33
5r+2s=48

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Amanda
can someone please check my answer?
the answer I got was s= 69/21 or 3.28 
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Anonymous
I didn't get that. Did you separate one of the variables by itself then plug it into the other equation? It has to be r= not 2r= or anything

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Anonymous
hmmm this is where I get confused which variable do I need to multiply to eliminate...
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