Equation1:

X: -3, -1, 1, 3

Y: 9, 4,-1,-6

Equation 2:

X:-2,-1, 0, 2

Y: 6.5, 4, 1.5, -3.5

Using the students’ results, what is the solution to this system of equations? Show all your work.

I don’t even know were to begin so please help. :?: :?: :?

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Equation1:

X: -3, -1, 1, 3

Y: 9, 4,-1,-6

Equation 2:

X:-2,-1, 0, 2

Y: 6.5, 4, 1.5, -3.5

Using the students’ results, what is the solution to this system of equations? Show all your work.

I don’t even know were to begin so please help. :?: :?: :?

If the system of linear equations has akathy's said:

Equation1:

X: -3, -1, 1, 3

Y: 9, 4,-1,-6

Equation 2:

X:-2,-1, 0, 2

Y: 6.5, 4, 1.5, -3.5

Using the students’ results, what is the solution to this system of equations? Show all your work.

I don’t even know were to begin so please help. :?: :?: :?

Look at the tables created by Cody and Kent.....do you see that the point (-1, 4) is in BOTH tables? This point, then, lies on both of the lines and is the solution for the system. No other points in the tables are the same.

I'm not sure what "work" you could show for this....