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25 January, 17:39

Find the solution of this system of equations?

-8x-6y=60

5x+6y=-69

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  1. 25 January, 18:20
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    First subtract the x variable on both sides so on the first equation youll have - 6y=8x+60 then divide 6 on all variables which means youll have y=8/6x+10 and in the second equation you do the same thing and youll have y=-5/6x-11.5
  2. 25 January, 19:34
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    Divide - 8x by - 8 which leaves you with x and you have to do it to both sides so divide 60 by - 8 which leaves you with - 7.5

    and continue doing all algebraic equations that way following the two rules:

    1) to get rid of a number do its opposite

    2) whatever you do to one side do to the other
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