Do the equations 4x−3y=54x−3y=5 and 7y+2x=−87y+2x=−8 form a system of linear equations? Explain

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Do the equations \(4x−3y=54x−3y=5\) and \(7y+2x=−87y+2x=−8\) form a system of linear equations? Explain

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Answered 2021-05-26 Author has 25781 answers

The equation \(4x-3y=5\) and \(7y+2x=-8\) have two variables each, x and y. Thus the do form a system of equation.

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