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# Solve the pair of simultaneous equations

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1. Solve the pair of simultaneous equations2x+2y=1 2x-3y=3
2. Do you have any ideas about what you could do to eliminate that 2x and end up with an equation involving just y?
3. (Original post by Milzime)
Complete solutions don't let OPs learn, do they now
4. (Original post by Sinfire)
Complete solutions don't let OPs learn, do they now
sooorrrry but I included explanations so they see where it's coming from and would be able to do the same next time they have to

although I agree, I don't really condone this site to be a 'do my homework for me' ting

*I've let you all down*
5. (Original post by Milzime)
sooorrrry but I included explanations so they see where it's coming from and would be able to do the same next time they have to

although I agree, I don't really condone this site to be a 'do my homework for me' ting

*I've let you all down*
Didn't mean to sound passive aggressive It's fine. It's great that you've included explanations

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