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what are the points of these equations? y=3x-6 and 2x+3y=15

Jul 23rd, 2015

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First, substituting y=3x-6 into 2x+3y=15 gives:

2x+3(3x-6) =15

Solving for x:

2x + (9x - 18) = 15

2x + 9x = 15 + 18

11x = 33

Therefore, x = 3

y = 3x - 6 = 3(3) - 6 = 3

Hence, the point of the equation is (x,y) = (3,3).

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Jul 23rd, 2015

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