Solve the system of equations 2x+3y=55x−4y=2

Isa Trevino 2021-06-18 Answered

Solve the system of equations 2x+3y=5
5x4y=2

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Khribechy
Answered 2021-06-19 Author has 100 answers

Given that 2x+3y=5...(1)
and
5x4y=2...(2).
From (1) 2x=53yx=53y2. Putting this value of x in (2) we get
5×53y24y=2
5×(53y)8y=423y=21y=2123
Therefore from (1) we have x=53y2=53(2123)2=1156346=2623

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