# SOLUTION: Here is my last one. This seems to evade me totally. -x+y=2 x+y=4 Can you solve by graphing? Thank you so much.

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 Click here to see ALL problems on Linear-systems Question 26030: Here is my last one. This seems to evade me totally. -x+y=2 x+y=4 Can you solve by graphing? Thank you so much.Answer by elima(1433)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!There are diferent ways to solve this, and yes one is by graphing; You make a table choosing values for x and then solving the equation for y; So lets pick values for x; when x=1 -x+y=2 -(1)+y=2 y=2+1 Y=3 So one point would be(1,3); And if you plugeg that into the equation; x+y=4 (1)+(3)=4 Now see if you can get two more points and graph the equation =)