Q: Y equals 2x and y equals 2x-1?

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y = 2x

y = 2x -1 y = 5x -13 So: 5x -13 = 2x -1 5x -2x = 13 -1 3x = 12 x = 4 and by substituting y = 7

If: y = x+6 and y = 2x Then: x+6 = 2x And: 6 = 2x-x => 6 = x So: x = 6 and y = 12

y = 2x-5 4x-y = 7 => y = 4x-7 2x-5 = 4x-7 2x-4x = 5-7 -2x = -2 x = 1 Therefore by substituting: x = 1 and y = -3

y = 2x + 5At the y-intercept, x=0.y = 0 + 5y = 5

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y=2x y-2x=0 or 2x-y=0

y-2x=3 -y -y -2x=3-y -3 -3 -2x-3=-y /-1 /-1 2x+3=y y=2x and y=2x+3 have the same slope of 2, so they are parallel. Hope this helps! ;D

y= -2x

y=6x-16 y=-2x+8

y = 2x

Y=2xx+y=3x+(2x)=33x=3x=1y=2x y=2*1y=2

The result of the equation x + 2y - 2x - y equals x simplifies to y - x.

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The y-intercept equals 0.

y=2x-4 y=2x-5 y=1 1=2x-4 -2x = -5 x=2/5 the solution is (x,y) = (2/5,1)

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