# How do you solve the system of equations #3x + 4y = 23# and #4x - 3y = 14#?

##### 3 Answers

#### Answer:

solve the equations (as u have only 2 variables)

else solve using determinants

#### Explanation:

multiply first equation by 3

we get

now multiply second equation by 4

we get

add both the obtained equations

we get

hence

now put x = 4 in one of the equations to get y's value

hence

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hope u find it helpful :)

#### Answer:

x=5

y=2

#### Explanation:

#### Answer:

#### Explanation:

A way of solving the system is the following:

1- Isolate

2- Set those two equations as equal, since they are both equivalents to

3- Solver this equation for

4- Now that you know that

5- Once done that, you should get a value for

Hope this was helpful and good luck with algebra!