# SOLUTION: How do I solve for addition x-2y=-1, -x+5y=4 when I don't have numbers for x. I tried x-2y=-1 (x=2y+-1) x=-3, solve for addition x-2y=-1 -x+5y=4

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 Click here to see ALL problems on Linear-systems Question 233553: How do I solve for addition x-2y=-1, -x+5y=4 when I don't have numbers for x. I tried x-2y=-1 (x=2y+-1) x=-3, solve for addition x-2y=-1 -x+5y=4Answer by Alan3354(31509)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!How do I solve for addition x-2y=-1, -x+5y=4 when I don't have numbers for x. I tried x-2y=-1 (x=2y+-1) x=-3, solve for addition x-2y=-1 -x+5y=4 ------------- I don't know what "solve for addition" means, but +x-2y=-1 -x+5y=4 ---------- Add the equations 3y = 3 y = 1 ------- x-2y = -1 x-2 = -1 x = 1