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The second equation simplifies to x = -x + x = 0

So the point of intersection is (0, 1).

Q: What is the point of intersection if y equals x plus 1 and x equals -x plus 1x?

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1.28X

1+1+x+x+x+y+y=2+3x+2y

-1

2x+2=x+6 first subtract 2x. -2x -2x2=-1x+6 then subtract 6-6 -6-4=-1x finally divide by -1x=4 X equals four.

x+0.1x=110 10x+1x=1100 11x=1100 x=100

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1.28X

2x + 1 = 1x + 11Subtract 1x from each side:1x + 1 = 11Subtract 1 from each side:1x = 10

its answer is probably -4.4 best of luckk!!!!!:)

1+1+x+x+x+y+y=2+3x+2y

3x

If: x+1+2x = 1x+5 Then: x = 2

-1

x = 0

2x+2=x+6 first subtract 2x. -2x -2x2=-1x+6 then subtract 6-6 -6-4=-1x finally divide by -1x=4 X equals four.

-1 plus 1 = 0 plus 1 =1

x+0.1x=110 10x+1x=1100 11x=1100 x=100

3x - 5 + 3x = 1x + 15 3x + 3x -1x = 15 + 5 5x = 20 5x/5 = 20/5 x = 4