# SOLUTION: how do i do this problem? Solve by graphing {x+7=y {-4+2=y

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 Click here to see ALL problems on Linear-systems Question 24635: how do i do this problem? Solve by graphing {x+7=y {-4+2=yAnswer by rapaljer(4667)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!I'm assuming that you probably meant to write: y = x+7 y = -4x + 2 To solve by graphing, just draw the graphs and see where the two lines cross. If you need additional help obtaining the graphs of these lines, I wrote three lesson plans for algebra.com on graphing a straight line. These are both in slope intercept form so graphing the lines should be easy. The first line has a y intercept of 7 and a slope of . The second line has a y intercept of 2, and a slope of . They should look like this, Notice that the lines cross at a point where x = -1, and y =6. Therefore, the solution is the point (-1,6). R^2 at SCC