Algebra 2

-4x + 2y =2
y= -6x + 1

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  1. Ideally set up for substitution.
    sub the 2nd into the 1st:
    -4x + 2y =2
    -4x + 2(-6x + 1) = 2

    now you have only x's, expand and solve for x, then
    sub that into the original 2nd equation.

    let me know what you get.

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  2. x=0 & y=1

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