# Determine if (1,3)is a solution to given system of linear equations y-2x=3 3x-2y=5

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Determine if (1,3)is a solution to given system of linear equations
y-2x=3
3x-2y=5

2020-10-28
The system of linear equations
y-2x=3--(1)
3x-2y=5--(2)
substituting(1,3)in equation(1)we have
$$=>3-2(1)=3$$
$$=>-3ne3$$
substituting(1,3) in equation 2,we have
$$=>3(1)-2(3)=3$$
$$=>-3ne3$$
Given order doesn't satisfy the given system of linear equation
NO,because substituting the given ordered pair does not yield two true expressions.

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