# SOLUTION: This is the equation; I was suppose to eliminate. This is an excample of one of my problems: {p+4q=23 {-p+q=2 Now my teacher told me to add a one front of the q; so now it woul

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 Click here to see ALL problems on Linear Algebra Question 386880: This is the equation; I was suppose to eliminate. This is an excample of one of my problems: {p+4q=23 {-p+q=2 Now my teacher told me to add a one front of the q; so now it would be... [p+4q=23 [-p+1q=2 Then we put a "+" sign on the left side and add; so it would be; 5q over 5 = 25 over 5 p+4q=23 q=5 p+4(5)=23 p+20=23 -20-20 p=3 (3,5) and it must be in alphaebetical order p,q *This is the problem I need help with: {y-2x=0 {6y+2x=0 Answer by user_dude2008(1861)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!# 1 is correct # 2 y-2x=0 6y+2x=0 7y = 0 y = 0 y-2x=0 0-2x=0 -2x=0 x=0 Answer: (0,0)