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How many solutions does the following system of equations have? 6x - 3y = 6 2x - y = 2 (Points : 5) zero one two an infinite number
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User: How many solutions does the following system of equations have? 6x - 3y = 6 2x - y = 2 (Points : 5) zero one two an infinite number

Weegy: the following system of equations have c) two solutions
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User: If the system of equations given below is solved using the substitution method, what is the equation that results from solving the second equation for y, and substituting into the first equation? 3x - 2y = 7 x - y = 5 (Points : 5) y + 15 = 7 x + 10 = 7 y = x - 5 x - 10 = 7

Weegy: 3x - 4 = 2x - 10 3x - 2x = -10 + 4 x = -6
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