This is always true, by the way. There is no right or wrong choice; the answer will be the same, regardless.
Since there wasn't any intersection point, my attempt led to utter nonsense.
I guess I'll take the first equation, and I'll solve it for, um, ybecause at least the 2 from the " 2 y " will divide evenly into the
All my math was right, but I got an obviously wrong answer. But — some choices may be better than others.
Demonstrates how to solve a linear system using the technique of substitution.– Bruce, Anaheim, CA
Demonstrates how to solve a linear system using the technique of substitution.– Kimberly, Corpus Christi, TX
[hide]. 1 Vocabulary; 2 Lesson; 3 Example Problems; 4 Practice Games; 5 Practice Problems To solve a system of linear equations without graphing, you can use the substitution method. It does not matter which equation you choose first, or which variable you solve for first; the values for both variables will be the same.– Sandra, Lexington, KY
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