9th grad algebra

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how do you solve y=5x-8 and 5y=2x+6 using elmination?



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Raina

  • 9th grad algebra -

    multiply entire first equation by 5
    5 y =25 x - 40
    5 y = 2 x + 6
    ---------------
    0 y = 23 x -46

    23 x = 46
    x = 2 etc

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