James's Epistle was probably written from:
Nazareth.
Jerusalem.
Rome.
Bethany.
Capernaum.

James's Epistle was probably written from Jerusalem.

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Solve the following system of equations graphically.
x + y - 4 = 0
x - y = 0
The solution lies in quadrant _____.
I,
II,
III,
IV, User: Solve the following system of equations graphically.
x = -5
y = -6
What is the solution set?
{(-6, -5)},
{(-5, -6)},
Ø, **Weegy:** B. {(-5, -6)} **User:** Solve the following system of equations graphically.
y = 2x - 3
x + y = 3
What is the solution set?
{(2, 1)},
{(1, 2)},
{(-1, -2)},
{(-2, -1)}, **Weegy:** here's the solution
**User:** Solve the following system of equations graphically.
y - 4 = 0
2x - y - 2 = 0
What is the solution set?
{(-3, -4)},
{(-3, 4)},
{(3, 4)}, **Weegy:** B. (-3,4) **User:** Which of the following points is a solution of the system shown?
x + y = 6
x = 4
(-1, 7),
(4, -2),
(4, 2), **Weegy:** The answer is Y = -1 X + 1. **User:** The following system of equations is _____.
y = 1/3 -x +2/3
2x + 6y = 4
independent,
equivalent,
inconsistent, **Weegy:** independent **User:** Solve the following system by graphing.
x - y = 4
x + y = 2
What is the solution of the system?
(3, -1),
(3, 1),
(-1, 3), **Weegy:** I'm sorry but we cannot graph. **User:** Solve the following system by graphing.
x + y - 6 = 0
x - y = 0
What is the solution of the system?
(-3, 3),
(3, -3),
(3, 3), **Weegy:** X IS LESS THAN 3...
X **User:** Based on the lesson, which of the following would be the best approach for solving this system by substitution?
5x = y + 6
2x - 3y = 4
Solve the first equation for x.
Solve the first equation for y.
Solve the second equation for x.
Solve the second equation for y. **User:** For the following system, use the second equation to make a substitution for y in the first equation.
2x + y = 6
y = 3x + 4
What is the resulting equation?
y + 2x + y = 6,
2x + y + 3x + 4 = 6,
2x + (3x + 4) = 6, **Weegy:** (1)
(2)
- - - - - - -
(1)
(1)
(1)
(1)
and
(2)
(2)
(2)
(2)
(2/5,26/5)
check answer:
(1)
(1)
(1)
(1)
(1)
- - - - - - -
(2)
(2)
(2)
(2)
OK **User:** For the following system, use the second equation to make a substitution for y in the first equation.
3x + y = 1
y + 4 = 5x
What is the resulting equation?
3x + 5x - 4 = 1,
3x + 4 - 5x = 1,
3x + 5x + 4 = 1, **Weegy:** (3x-2) squared is 9x^2 - 12x + 4. **User:** For the following ... (More)

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Updated 6/9/2014 11:21:13 PM

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For the system 2x + y = 6, y = 3x + 4, use the second equation to make a substitution for y in the first equation, the resulting equation is: 2x + (3x + 4) = 6

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For the following system 3x + y = 1, y + 4 = 5x, use the second equation to make a substitution for y in the first equation, the resulting equation is: 3x + 5x - 4 = 1

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For the following system x + 5y - 10 = 0, x = 2y - 8, use the second equation to make a substitution for x in the first equation, the resulting equation in simplest form is: 7y - 18 = 0.

x + 5y - 10 = 0,

x = 2y - 8

institute x in the first equation:

2y - 8 + 5y - 10 = 0

7y - 18 = 0

x + 5y - 10 = 0,

x = 2y - 8

institute x in the first equation:

2y - 8 + 5y - 10 = 0

7y - 18 = 0

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3(y - 3) + 2y = 7 is the resulting equation to use the second equation to make a substitution for x in the first equation for the system 3x + 2y = 7, x - y + 3 = 0.

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