Solving simultaneous equations

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  • Created by: Charlotte
  • Created on: 29-03-11 15:14

                            Solve simultaneously                                     (1)    2x + 3y = 6

   1st label your equations 1 and 2                                            (2)     x + y = 1    x2

  make either x or y the same                                   2x + 3y = 6

                                                                                 2x

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Anisa.U

Thanks For This :)x

daviesg

A clear example of using the elimination method

Berniibyles

6-12 is not -12, its -6, therefore x would equal -3, and if you check using the other equation it doesn't work with -6, it works with -3

Melisailguplu

@berniibyles you're correct =D

Vincent01

Totally agree with Berniibyles

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