Mathematics

Question

How to solve, y=3x-11 and y- 3x=-13, using the substitution method

2 Answer

  • Since you already have y isolated on one equation it's easy. Plug in 3x-11 as for for the second equation. Solve and find what x equals. Then plug the x into the first equation to find y. Hope this helps!
  • [tex]\begin{cases} y=\boxed{3x-11}\\ y- 3x=-13\\ ------\\ \boxed{3x-11}- 3x=-13 \end{cases}[/tex]

    solve for "x"
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