math week seven dq1 - Week 7 : DQ1 Due Day 1 Please keep in...

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Week 7 : DQ1 Due Day 1 Please keep in mind this exercise may NOT have a pretty answer. Just simplify if you can, otherwise leave it as a fraction (rather than convert to a decimal) Directions/Steps Here is an example to accompany you. TYPE YOUR ANSWERS in this column 1. Open your reading to section 8.2 page 561. Pick a system of equations from the even numbers on the page. Write the system of equations you chose in this row in the “Type your answers in this column” cell. 2x - y = 6 5x – 2y = 4 9x-2y=3 3x-6=y 2. Is one of the equations solved for a variable already? (Yes or no) With this example of a system: 2x - y = 6 and 5x – 2y = 4 the answer is NO. Neither equation is already solved for a variable. NOTE : If your answer is YES, move on to step #6. Yes, the second equation has already been solved for y. 3. You can pick either equation to solve for either variable, but sometimes one variable or one equation will make more sense. Type the equation you will solve
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This note was uploaded on 03/19/2010 for the course MAT/116 101 taught by Professor Sutherland during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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