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# Can you solve3 x - y 1?

Updated: 10/24/2023

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8y ago

ok...it is as solved out as it can go, that would be your answer. they are separate values so you cant add or subtract them

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8y ago

10mo ago

The equation you provided, 3x - y = 1, cannot be solved for any specific values of x and y without additional information. It is a linear equation in two variables, so it represents a straight line on a graph. To find a solution, you would need another equation or constraint.

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