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are those two different problems ? ... i am going to solve them as if they are

14x-2y=78

(re arange the terms to be easily solved)

-2y=78-14x

(times by -1)

2y= -78+14x

(divide all terms by 2)

y=-39+7x

(so)

y=7x-39

2x-2y=6

(re arange the terms to be easily solved)

-2y=6-2x

(times by -1)

2y=2x-6

(divide all terms by 2)

y=x-6

Q: How do you solve 14x-2y equals 78 2x-2y equals 6?

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If T2 = 78, then T = 78(1/2) or the square root of 78, or about 8.83.

q = 78

One - 78 can only equal 78.

2 x 39 equals 78

It is 78.

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