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Solving by graphing DQ 1
Solving by substitution
Solving by elimination
Which method do you think would be best to solve this system?
y=10x8
y=1/2x+5

y = 10x  8
Multiply both sides of second equation by 20.
20y = 10x + 100
Subtract first equation from second.
19y = 108
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