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What's the answer for Y'+2x=3
3y+6x=4
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1). y + 2x = 3. ---->. y = 3 - 2x
2). 3y + 6x = 4
Substitute 1) into 2) for y
3(3 - 2x) + 6x = 4
9 - 6x + 6x = 4
9 = 4 Not True
No solution. ANSWER
( The slopes of the lines are both -2,
but the y-intercepts are different.
This always means the lines are parallel, which means no solution.)

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Edit: wait a minute: is there 33y in this, or not? If not, my answer is not valid.

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K this question soooooo can NOT be answered ask a college student

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