# SOLUTION: how to solve x-y=3 and x+y=-1 by graphing show me how to graph this equation also if the system is inconsistent or the equations are dependent?

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 Question 375159: how to solve x-y=3 and x+y=-1 by graphing show me how to graph this equation also if the system is inconsistent or the equations are dependent?Answer by mananth(12270)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!x-y=3 generate values for y from x x=1,y=-2 x=2,y=-1 x=-1,y=-4 and x+y=-1 (green line) similary for this equation. .. plot the points to get the graphs the lines intersect at (1,-2), they are consistent and independant. ... m.ananth@hotmail.ca