Learn the simulataneous equation

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1. Solve the simultaneous equation 3x+2y=8 2x+5y=-2. So what we want to do is that we want the x’s the same or the y at the same value in both the equations So what we want to do is find the Least Common Multiple (LCM) between 2 and 3 to help u find the value of y or u can find the Least Common Multiple (LCM) between 2 and 5 to help u find the value of x.

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Learn the simulataneous equation by Arkaan Quanunga1. Solve the simultaneous equation3x+2y=8 2x+5y=-2So what we want to do is that we want the xs the same or the y at the same value in both the equations So what we want to do is find the Least Common Multiple (LCM) between 2 and 3 to help u find the value of y or u can find the Least Common Multiple (LCM) between 2 and 5 to help u find the value of x.If u dont know how to find the LCM then its shown below:-2 and 3 are prime numbers so the LCM of both of them would be 2x3=6Lets pick a number that does not have prime

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