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Suppose $x+y=5 .$ Find $x$ if:$$y=-2$$

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Algebra

Chapter 4

Solving Equations

Section 6

Evaluating Formulas

Equations and Inequalities

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Solve.$$y=2 x-5$$

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Find $x+y, x-y, x y,$ and …

In this equation we will put y equal to 0. We can get ecarte, i o .2, so we get a bit by 2 mo 0. Now i put x equal to 0 y equal to 2 in the minus 5 t minus 5 x equal to 0. Then y equal minus y, so we get. Our second point is 0, comma minus y. Now we got in the grate and we see that that is the line. How our first point is: 5 upon 2, comma 0, so x equals to 5 upon 2. So you can see that and y equals to 0 or find is here. Our starting point is x, equals to 0 and y equals to minus 5. So now we draw a point and we draw a line because we connected point to point and then we see that that is a line. So.

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