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Add the two equations together. This will give you a single equation in one variable. Solve this - it should give you two solutions. Then replace the corresponding variable for each of the solutions in any of the original equations.

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Using patterns and equations is a great way to make predictions. By analyzing patterns and equations, you'll have a better idea of what way your information will lay. While previous patterns and equations will not always guarantee that your new information will pattern in the same way, it should give you a more accurate predictions.

Equations are used to give a mathematical analysis of events or situations in the real world.

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There are two answers to this, because you did not give two equations. x = 1 and y = 7 x = 3 and y =1

The following equations will give you the number 242: 121 x 2 484/2 240 + 2 244 - 2

You solve the two equations simultaneously. There are several ways to do it; one method is to solve the first equation for "x", then replace that in the second equation. This will give you a value for "y". After solving for "y", replace that in any of the two original equations, and solve the remaining equation for "x".You solve the two equations simultaneously. There are several ways to do it; one method is to solve the first equation for "x", then replace that in the second equation. This will give you a value for "y". After solving for "y", replace that in any of the two original equations, and solve the remaining equation for "x".You solve the two equations simultaneously. There are several ways to do it; one method is to solve the first equation for "x", then replace that in the second equation. This will give you a value for "y". After solving for "y", replace that in any of the two original equations, and solve the remaining equation for "x".You solve the two equations simultaneously. There are several ways to do it; one method is to solve the first equation for "x", then replace that in the second equation. This will give you a value for "y". After solving for "y", replace that in any of the two original equations, and solve the remaining equation for "x".

If you are trying to find x and y, the answers are x=3 and y=2. You can use elimination to find the answer. First you cross out the y and -y in the equations and then add the x's and numbers, which will give you 3x=9. You can then solve for x and you will get x=3. To find y, you put 3 into either of the equations for x and solve for y.

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Solving equations in three unknowns (x, y and z) requires three independent equations. Since you have only one equation there is no solution. The equation can be simplified (slightly) by dividing through by 4 to give: x + 2y + 3z = 11

1.Finding the solution to a system of linear equations can be found using cartesian coordinates. 2. Graph a circle and you can find the radius using cartesian coordinates.

y=x y=6-x Set the two equations equal to each other to yield a solution: x=6-x 2x=6 x=3 x=3 will satisfy both equations, that is plugging in x=3 will give the same value for y y=(3)=3 y=6-(3)=3

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Neither y3x-3 nor 3x-y3 are equations, and so neither of them can have a solution. Unfortunately, limitations of the browser used by Answers.com means that we cannot see most symbols. It is therefore impossible to give a proper answer to your question. Please resubmit your question spelling out the symbols as "plus", "minus", "equals" etc. And using ^ to indicate powers (eg x-squared = x^2).

This is a simultaneous equation question. Arrange both equations in line with their letters and numbers and then simplify them: (3x-3y = 12) divide all terms by 3 (-8x+4y = -16) divide all terms by 4 This will give you: x - y = 4 -2x+y = -4 Adding both equations together will give you: -x = 0 So x = 0, substitute this value for x in the original equations to find the value of y: x = 0 and y = -4 Note that -3*-4 = 12 and that +4*-4 = -16

well, its much shorter and also it is much easier to solve

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You need two equations for substitution to work (Ex. x + y = 2). Here, the best I can give you is 9x + 3y = 15 ... 3y = 15 - 9x ... y = 5 + 3x

To solve two simultaneous equations - usually two equations with the same two variables each - you can use a variety of techniques. Sometimes you can multiply one of the two equations by a constant, then add the two equations together, to get a resulting equation that has only one variable. Sometimes you can solve one of the equations for one variable, and replace this variable in the other equation. Once again, this should give you one equation with a single variable to be useful.

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