Q: -8x plus 3y equals -5 8x - 2y equals 6?

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x=1, y=1

x+7x+3y-y =8x+2y =2(4x+y)

8x+2y=4x=-y/4+0.5y=-4x+2

x=7 and y=4

x=4, y=9 (4,9)

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4x + 3y = 8x + y so 3y - y = 8x - 4x ie 2y = 4x so y = 2x

x=1, y=1

10x - 5y + 2x - 3y = 12x - 8y

It simplifies to: 12x+3y

x+7x+3y-y =8x+2y =2(4x+y)

8x+2y=4x=-y/4+0.5y=-4x+2

x=7 and y=4

x=4, y=9 (4,9)

no its not a solution

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These are equations of two straight lines. Provided the equations are not of the same or parallel lines, there can be only one ordered pair. So the ordered pair is - not are : (0.5, -1)

3y + 18 = -8x + 3Subtract 18 from each side:3y = -8x - 15Divide each side by 3:y = (-8/3)x - 5