# SOLUTION: How do you solve this equation OF Linear equations by substitution : y=3-2x y=2-3x

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 Click here to see ALL problems on Linear-systems Question 25543: How do you solve this equation OF Linear equations by substitution : y=3-2x y=2-3xAnswer by rapaljer(4667)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!Since y=3-2x, and y=2-3x, you can substitute the y = of the first equation into the y = of the second equation, and you have: 3-2x= 2-3x Add +3x to each side: 3-2x + 3x = 2 -3x + 3x 3+x = 2 Subtract 3 from each side: x=-1 Substitute back into the first equation: y = 3-2x y = 3-2(-1) y = 5 Check in the second equation: y = 2-3x 5 = 2-3(-1) 5=5 It checks! The solution is the point (-1,5). R^2 at SCC