Solve the linear system of equations.−5x −2y= 12x −11y=−83(x, y) =

Lewis Harvey 2021-02-27 Answered

Solve the linear system of equations.
5x2y=1
2x11y=83
(x,y)=

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consider the given equations
5x2y=1----(1)
2x11y=83---(2)
Multiply in equation (1)by(2) and multiply in equation (2)by 5
2(5x2y)=1---(2)
10x4y=2---(3)
and
5(2x11y)=83(5)
10x55y=415(4)
10x4y+10x55y=2415
59y=413
y=41359
=7
put value of y=7 in equation(1)
5x2(7)=1
5x14=1
5x=1+14|
5x=15
x=3

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