How do you solve 3y+3= 6x and 2y-4x= 6?
One method is to add the equations so that one variable is eliminated and then solve for the second variable.
3 and 2 have a common multiple of 6 .
Multiply the first equation by 2
Multiply the second equation by -3
Now add the two equations
Now solve for x
There are no real solutions to this set of equations.
see a solution step process below;
We have this two system of equations;
We can either use subsitution or elimination method to solve..
Using Substitution Method..
This shows that the equation is not valid, hence it is unsolvable cause there would be no accurate value for