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Solve by either graphing and then get an exact solution by using either substitution or elimination:

x-3y=6
2x+y=2

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    both are straight lines. For x = 0 find y for both equations and mark those points on a graph
    Then for x = something else, like 10, find y for both equations
    draw lines through the points for each equation
    Find where the lines cross.
    x = (3y+6)
    substitute that in the second one
    2(3y+6) + y = 2

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    plz help me

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