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OpenStudy (anonymous):

x+2y=5,x+7-2y how do I get an ordered pair from this system?

OpenStudy (anonymous):

I'm confused as to what the bit after the comma means.

OpenStudy (anonymous):

sorry about that, the comma just means a separate equation it's getting two coordinates from two equations

OpenStudy (zarkon):

you only have 1 equation

OpenStudy (anonymous):

I think he wants to find the point of intersection

OpenStudy (zarkon):

i'm sure he does...but he only has 1 equation

OpenStudy (anonymous):

there is an '=' missing i think

OpenStudy (anonymous):

that's it I'm alledgedly able to get an ordered pair to plot a point out of those

OpenStudy (anonymous):

solve the following system of equations. x+2y=5 x=7-2y you were right I messed up, I didn't write the second equation correctly I need two coordinates from this

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