# Math

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Use the method of substitution to solve the linear equation!
6a=6-b
6a=5-b

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Look at the two equations. If 6a=6-b, substitute that into the other equation:

(6-b) = 5-b
add b to both sides and you have
6=5

There are no solutions to that "equation".

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