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Unformatted text preview: Now, we can substitute 2y + 3 for x. + + = 22y 3 3y 13 + + = 4y 6 3y 13 + = 7y 6 13 = 7y 7 = y 1 Now, we can plug in 1 for y and get x. = + x 2y 3 = + x 21 3 = x 5 The ordered pair is (5, 1) Lets perform a check with the second equation. + = 2x 3y 13 + = 25 31 13 + = 10 3 13 = 13 13 The solutions work!...
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 Spring '09
 mcmillian
 Math, Linear Equations, Substitution Method, Equations

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