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Q: 4x plus 6y equals 62 -6x plus 6y equals -18?

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4x+6y=62 -6x+6y=-18 what is the ordered pair

x=11

4x + 6y = 62-6x + 6y = -18 Multiply this equation by -1 the result will be_______________4x + 6y = 626x - 6y = 18_______________ Equation 1 + Equation 2 the result will be10x = 80 ----> X=8Put the value of X in one of the Equations above to find the value of yand so Y=5

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1,162

(x, y) = (âˆš19/2, 9), (âˆš19/2, -9), (-âˆš19/2, 9), (-âˆš19/2, -9).

31.28 - 1.07 + 62 = -31.79

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62

62

62

69 plus 54 plus 99 plus 62 plus 69 plus 62 plus 34 plus 59 plus 74 plus 99 plus 78 equals 759

X equals 6

Add the two equations together. This will give you a single equation in one variable. Solve this - it should give you two solutions. Then replace the corresponding variable for each of the solutions in any of the original equations.

It equals to 3 metres and 2 centimetres.

z = 62

X=-33

Y = 62

5 feet plus 2 inches equals 62 inches.

It is so very quick and simple to obtain the answer. All that is required is to use the calculator - IF you need one - which is available on your computer. But since you are clearly unable to use the calculator, the answer is 80.

115

15.5

x=62

I DONT FEAKIN KNOW THATS WHY IM WONDERING