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Solve the following system of equations, using the elimination method: x + 6y = 79 x - 4y = - 41
Move the center x to the left in order for x to eliminate. Then, move 4y to the left resulting the equation to become 6y + 4y = -41; 10y = -41; Then, divide both sides with the value of 10 in order to get the value of y. 10/10y = -41/10; y= -4.1
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User: Solve the following system of equations, using the elimination method: x + 6y = 79 x - 4y = - 41





Weegy: Move the center x to the left in order for x to eliminate. Then, move 4y to the left resulting the equation to become 6y + 4y = -41; 10y = -41; Then, divide both sides with the value of 10 in order to get the value of y. 10/10y = -41/10; y= -4.1
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User: So would the answer be (0, -41)

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