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Specifically, we graphed the two **equations y** = **2x** + **5** and **y** = (-3/2)x + 2, and
noted ... in each **equation** (for the intersection point), we **can** set the **y**-values
**equal** to each other! .... and x = 5y in the second **equation**, **then** x must also **equal**
5y in the first **equation**. .... Also, the point (0, 19/14) works, where **x** = **0** and **y** = 19/
14.

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Learn to solve the system of **equations y** = -5x + 8 and 10x + 2y = -2 using
substitution. ... Systems of **equations** with substitution: -3x-4y=-2 & **y**=**2x**-**5** .... =>z
=-**5**. Plug that value in to solve for **X** and you get: =>**x**=12(-**5**) Simplify: .... After you
**do** so, you **will** find the B. **Then** substitute B in the first **equation** to find a ..... -**x** + **y**
+ z = **0**

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By setting first x and **then y equal** to zero it is possible to find the **y** intercept on ...
If **x** = **0**, **then** f(0) = 1 + .**5**(0) = 1. If **y** = 0, **then** f(**x**) = **0** = 1 + .5x. -.5x = 1. x = -2 ... If **y**
= 0, **then** f(**x**) = **0** = 11 - **2x**. **2x** = 11. x = 5.5. The resulting data points are (0,11)
and (5.5,0) ... From the graph it **can** be seen that these **equations** are equivalent.

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You solve one **equation** for one variable and **then** substitute this expression into
the ... **Equation** B gives you the value of **y**, **y** = 2, so you **can** substitute 2 into ...
**Equation** B: **x** = **y** + **5**. **y** + **x** = 3. **x** = **y** + **5**. The goal of the substitution method is to
... original **equations**. **y** = 3x + 6. **0** = 3(−2) + 6. **0** = −6 + 6. **0** = **0**. TRUE. −**2x** + 4y =
4.

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Graph a linear **equation** using **x**- and **y**- intercepts. · Determine ... You **can** think of
a line, **then**, as a collection of an infinite number of individual points that share the
same ... **x** values. **2x** + 3. **y** values. **0**. 2(**0**) + 3. 3. 1. 2(1) + 3. **5**. 2. 2(2) + 3. 7. 3.

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7x + **y** = 25 – 6x + **y** = 23: 7x – 6x = **x**; **y** – **y** = **0**; 25 – 23 = 2 ... Consider the three
lines given by the following **equations**: **x** + 2y = 1. **y** = **2x** + 3 ... We **can** solve the
system of **equations** by substituting the value of **y** from the second **equation** into ...
If 8x – 9 is 10 less **than 5**, what is the value of 4x? ... The two quantities are **equal**.

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2x+**y**<10 **x**>**0**,**y**>0 .... x+**y**<8 -x -x ______. **Y**<-x+8 2x+**y**<10 -2x -2x ______ **y**<-**2x**+
10 .. i need to graph this but i **do** not know how to **do** it. ... to solve for x and **y**,
solve for equality rather **than** inequality first. ... for both **equations** to be **equal** with
the same values of x and **y** in each, x must = 2 and **y** must = 6. ... when **y** = 0, x = **5**

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Example 1. Calculate the value of **x** when **y** = **0**, that is, find the **x**-intercept of **y** =
**2x** + 10. Solution. On putting **y** = **0**, we have to solve the **equation**,. 2x + 10, = **0**.
We have: 2x, = −10. **x**, = −**5**. ... a) When we have the **equation** of a straight line,
how **do** we find the ... the same. Find the intercepts by putting **x** -- **then y** -- **equal**
to **0**.

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How **do** we set about finding the points in which two graphs **y** = f(x) and **y** = g(x)
intersect? ... We calculate it by solving the **equation** f(**x**) = **0** . ... Solve the **equation**
x^{2} − **2x** − 3 = **2x** − 3 first graphically, **then** algebraically. ... Example **5** ... definition
of a logarithm we **can** see that x = 1 makes both sides of the **equation equal** to 0 ...