How do you solve #x- 2y = 6;3x - 6y = 18#?

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Alan P. Share
Jan 11, 2017

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Any pair #(x,y)# for which #y=(x-6)/2# will provide a solution for these equations (i.e. there is no single solution).

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The two equations represent the same line; the second equation is simply the first multiplied by #3#

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