Q: What is y2x plus -3?

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If you mean: y = x^2+4x+3 and y = 2x+6 Then the solution is: x = 1 or x = -3

If you mean: y = 2x+5 then it is a straight line equation.

If you mean: y = 2x -3 then the slope is 2 and the y intercept is -3

If you mean y = 2x-3 then it is a straight line equation whereas 2 is the slope and -3 is the y intercept

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Thanks to the browser, it is not possible to tell what the inequalities are.

If you mean: y = x^2+4x+3 and y = 2x+6 Then the solution is: x = 1 or x = -3

It is an expression in two variables, x and y.

If you mean: y = 2x+5 then it is a straight line equation.

If you mean: y = 2x -3 then the slope is 2 and the y intercept is -3

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If you mean y = 2x-3 then it is a straight line equation whereas 2 is the slope and -3 is the y intercept

If you mean: y = 2x-3 then the slope is 2 and the y intercept is -3

If you mean: y = 6x+11 and y = 2x+7 Then by substitution: x = -1 and y = 5

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Since there is no equality (or inequality) sign in the question, there is no equation or inequality) and therefore nothing which can be solved.