(2+3)(5)=(4)(6)+1 Is this what you mean?
If X equals 2, then y = 5
well there are many equations actually.
When x = -2 then y = 4 which is the common point of intersection of the two equations.
when x = 2
There are two equations in the question, both of which are wrong. There is no single fraction which will make both equations correct.
That means there is no solution.There is no set of numbers that you can assign to the variables in the system of equationsthat will make '2' equal to '0'.
The question contains two equations:5x - 6y = 15 5x + y = 2 There are no inequalities in the question.
This cannot be solved. It needs 2 equations to solve for 2 unknowns.