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    (Original post by Robbie242)
    No, I didn't neg you, I just said why you got negged :cool:
    0oh yea sorry yea I shouldnt have done it

    but ah well yolo swag and all that
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    (Original post by madfish)
    sub y=x+3 in the first equation and solve


    x+2(x+3)=9
    x+2x+6=9
    3x=3
    x=1

    y=1+3=4

    x=1 y=4

    job done

    why was a negged for this you abhorrent people?
    For giving away the answer.

    (The goal is to help people with the work through hints and guidance; doing it for them doesn't help them at all.)
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    (Original post by DJMayes)
    For giving away the answer.

    (The goal is to help people with the work through hints and guidance; doing it for them doesn't help them at all.)
    It does help them, it lets them see how it's done

    surely that's the best form of help they could seek
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    (Original post by madfish)
    0oh yea sorry yea I shouldnt have done it

    but ah well yolo swag and all that
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    don't ever say that again
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    (Original post by Robbie242)
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    don't ever say that again
    hahahahahahahah

    I am only messing
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    (Original post by madfish)
    It does help them, it lets them see how it's done

    surely that's the best form of help they could seek
    No some people follow a linear process of just asking people to do their homework for them, and it also does not get you understanding any of the maths involved, if you are told this is the first step, do you know what to do next, if gives a chance to the OP to give a go and come back if its incorrect
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    (Original post by Robbie242)
    No some people follow a linear process of just asking people to do their homework for them, and it also does not get you understanding any of the maths involved, if you are told this is the first step, do you know what to do next, if gives a chance to the OP to give a go and come back if its incorrect
    its a linear equation with 2 variables that need to be solved simultaneously

    what understanding is needed? :P
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    (Original post by madfish)
    its a linear equation with 2 variables that need to be solved simultaneously

    what understanding is needed? :P
    At gcse some of these simple concepts can be quite hard, so guidance is essential to them understanding the process of these questions
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    (Original post by Robbie242)
    At gcse some of these simple concepts can be quite hard, so guidance is essential to them understanding the process of these questions
    okay bro sorry I now understand I will know for future reference
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    (Original post by madfish)
    okay bro sorry I now understand I will know for future reference
    np's broooooo
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    I don''t understand the title.
 
 
 
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