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Unformatted text preview: b = 5, then both equations are made true. [3( 6) + 4(5) = 2 AND 6( 6) + 8(5) = 4] What we have here is really only one equation written in two different ways. In this case, the second equation is actually the first equation multiplied by 2. The solution for this situation is either of the original equations or a simplified form of either equation....
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- Fall '07