Algebra
posted by Kathy Candell .
I have two equations that I need to solve using the elimination method the system is x = y = 9 and 2x  y = 3

i think u wrote it incorrectly did u mean x+y= 9?? if so
x +y= 9
2xy=3
3x = 6
x = 2
or
x +y= 9 (2) 2x2y=18
2xy=3 2x y=3
3y=21
y=7
u can use the elimination process to solve for both or u can solve for one and plug it in any one of the equations to solve for the other
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