What is the solution to the linear system?

x+y=2

3x-2y=-9

What is the solution to the linear system?

x+y=2

3x-2y=-9

Tutors, please sign in to answer this question.

Apex, NC

Multiplying the statement "x+y=2" by 3 and subtracting it from the statement "3x-2y=-9" gives "y=3". Therefore if x+y=2, then x+(3)=2, or x=2-3 or x=-1.

Dana R.

English/Math SAT PrepTutor with PhD

Lynbrook, NY

4.8
(85 ratings)

Nikunj P.

Math and Science Specialist, Over 14 Years of Educational Experience

Scarsdale, NY

4.9
(187 ratings)

Steven M.

Premium Test Prep and Subject Tutor - New York City UWS

New York, NY

5.0
(257 ratings)

- Algebra 1 3937
- Math 9369
- Algebra 4904
- Math Help 5195
- Algebra Word Problem 2409
- Precalculus 1481
- Word Problem 4943
- Algebra 2 Question 500
- Algebra Help 952
- Geometry 1807

## Comments