How do you add 2x plus 3y equals 18 in 5x-y equals 11
5x + 3y = 17 is in its simplest form because there are no alike terms to combine.
If 5x plus 3y equals 13, the x equals 2 and y equals 1. This is because 5x2=10 and 3x1=3, and 10+3=13.
Multiply the bottom equation by -1
Solve this system of equations. 5x+3y+z=-29 x-3y+2z=23 14x-2y+3z=-18 Write the solution as an ordered triple.
The slope is -5/3.
5x + (3y-x) + (10-2y) = 5x + 3y - x + 10 -2y = 5x - x + 3y - 2y + 10 = 4x + y +10
2x + 3y = 17 3x + 4y = 24 (2x + 3x) + (3y + 4y) = (17 + 24) 5x + 7y = 41
the simplest form of 5x + 3y +2x - 6y is 7x-3y
5x+3y = -2 3y = -5x-2 y = -5/3x-2/3 Slope: -5/3
2x + 4y - 5x + 3y = 7y - 3x
13x - 9y - 10
That depends on what the value of x is.
1.67 or 1.667
x = -2 and y = 1
5x -3y = -6 -3y = -5x -6 y = 5/3x+2 in slope intercept form