# Using these two equations, what is the equation for x? and for y? 6x+2x

Using these two equations, what is the equation for x? and for y?
$6x+2x\lambda =0$
$6y+2y\lambda =2$
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Step 1: To Find
We have to find the equation for x and y for the given equations .
Step 2: Calculation
Since we have
$6x+2x\lambda =0$
$x\left(6+2\lambda \right)=0$
x=0
Hence the equation for x is x = 0.
Also,
$6y+2y\lambda =2$
$2y\left(3+\lambda \right)=2$
$y=\frac{2}{2\left(3+\lambda \right)}$
$y=\frac{1}{3+\lambda }$
Hence the equation for y is $y=\frac{1}{3+\lambda }$.
Jeffrey Jordon