# SOLUTION: "Use the graph to solve the linear system. Check your solution algebraically." The intersecting point is at (6,-2) -x+y=8 x+9=4 What do I do next? How do I check the solu

Algebra ->  Graphs -> SOLUTION: "Use the graph to solve the linear system. Check your solution algebraically." The intersecting point is at (6,-2) -x+y=8 x+9=4 What do I do next? How do I check the solu      Log On

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 Click here to see ALL problems on Graphs Question 254040: "Use the graph to solve the linear system. Check your solution algebraically." The intersecting point is at (6,-2) -x+y=8 x+9=4 What do I do next? How do I check the solution? I am in Alegbra II Honors, and I am struggling with these problems. Please help!Answer by MRperkins(300)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!I think you may have graphed this wrong or possibly written it down wrong. The intersection will be at the point (-5,3). You can solve for x in the second equation and then substitute x=-5 into the first equation to solve for y. . If you spend a little of time working on this now, it will save you the headache of being lost the rest of the year. I am willing to spend some time working math with you. . Email me if you are interested. justin.sheppard.tech@hotmail.com