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Answers

1. 2x + 5y = 24

4x + 3y = 20

The first step would be to make one of the

variables have the same coefficient in both

equations. If we multiply the first equation

by 2, this would make the coefficients of x

the same in both equations.

4x + 10y = 48 (multiplied by 2)

4x + 3y = 20 (stays the same)

Now that the coefficient of x in both

equations are the same, we can now

eliminate the x by subtracting these

equations.

7y = 28

Solving for y we get:

2. 3x + 2y = 19

x + 8y = 21

The first step would be to make one of the

variables have the same coefficient in both

equations. If we multiply the second

equation by 3, this would make the

coefficients of x the same in both

equations.

3x + 2y = 19 (stays the same)

3x + 24y = 63 (multiplied by 3)

Now that the coefficient of x in both

equations are the same, we can now

eliminate the x by subtracting these

equations.

-22y = -44

Solving for y we get:

y=4

Now we take this value for y and

substitute it into either of the two original

equations.

So, if we sub it into the first equation we

see that:

2x + 5y = 24

2x + 5(4) = 24

y=2

Now we take this value for y and

substitute it into either of the two original

equations.

So, if we sub it into the first equation we

see that:

3x + 2y = 19

2x = 4

3x + 2(2) = 19

x=2

3x = 15

x=5

So our values are x =5 and y =2.

3. 3x - y = 9

4x - y = -14

In this equation, the values in front of y

are the same. So we do not have to

multiply these equations by any values.

We can go ahead and subtract these

equations to eliminate the y (beware that

you do not add these equations as this will

not eliminate the y).

-x = 23

x = -23

Now we take this value for x and

substitute it into either of the two original

equations.

So, if we sub it into the first equation we

see that:

equations are the same, we can now

eliminate the y by subtracting these

equations.

13x = 13

Solving for y we get:

x= 1

Now we take this value for x and

substitute it into either of the two original

equations.

So, if we sub it into the first equation we

see that:

7x + 5y = 32

7(1)+ 5y =32

5y = 25

3x y = 9

y=5

3(-23) y = 9

-69 y = 9

-y = 78

y = -78

So our values are x =-23 and y =-78.

4. 7x + 5y = 32

3x + 4y = 23

The first step would be to make one of the

variables have the same coefficient in both

equations. In this case we have to multiply

both equations in order to make any of the

two variables the same. If we want to

make the y values the same, we multiply

the first equation by 4 and the second by

5. This will make both y variables have a

coefficient of 20.

28x + 20y = 128 (multiplied by 4)

15x + 20y = 115 (multiplied by 5)

5. 3x - 2y = 7

4x + y = 13

The first step would be to make one of the

variables have the same coefficient in both

equations. In this case we can multiply the

second equation by two to make the

coefficient of y in the second equation the

same as that in the first (ignore the

minus).

3x - 2y = 7 (stays the same)

8x + 2y = 26 (multiplied by 2)

Now that the coefficient of y in both

equations are the same, we can now

eliminate the y by adding these equations.

11x = 33

Solving for y we get:

x= 3

substitute it into either of the two original

equations.

2x +7y= 17

2x + 7(3)=17

2x = -4

see that:

3x - 2y = 7

3(3)- 2y =7

-2y = -2

y=1

So our values are x = 3 and y =1.

6. 2x + 7y = 17

5x + 3y = -1

The first step would be to make one of the

variables have the same coefficient in both

equations. In this case we have to multiply

both equations to make one of the

variables have the same coefficient. If we

want to make the coefficients of x to be

the same, we multiply the first equation by

5 and the second equation by 2.

10x + 35y = 85

10x + 6y = -2

Now that the coefficient of x in both

equations are the same, we can now

eliminate the x by subtracting these

equations.

29y = 87

Solving for y we get:

y= 3

Now we take this value for y and

substitute it into either of the two original

equations.

So, if we sub it into the first equation we

see that:

x = -2

So our values are x = -2 and y =3.

7. 4x - 0.5y = 12,5

3x + 0.8y = 8,2

The first step would be to make one of the

variables have the same coefficient in both

equations. In this case we can multiply the

first equation by 3 and the second

equation by 4 to make the coefficients of x

the same.

12x -1.5y = 37,5 (multiplied by 3)

12x + 3.2y= 32,8 (multiplied by 4)

Now that the coefficient of x in both

equations are the same, we can now

eliminate the x by subtracting these

equations.

-4.7x = 4,7

Solving for y we get:

x= -1

Now we take this value for x and

substitute it into either of the two original

equations.

So, if we sub it into the first equation we

see that:

4x 0.5y = 12,5

4(-1) 0.5y = 12,5

-0.5y = 16,5

y = -33.

So our values are x = -1 and y =-33.

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