# SOLUTION: solve by graphing 2x+y=4 x+y=3

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 Question 56681: solve by graphing 2x+y=4 x+y=3Answer by funmath(2925)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!solve by graphing L1) 2x+y=4 L2) x+y=3 : For L1) Let x=0 and solve for y, this is the y-intercept: 2(0)+y=4 y=4 Plot (0,4) Let y=0 and solve for x, this is the x-intercept: 2x+(0)=4 2x=4 2x/2=4/2 x=2 Plot (2,0) Coonect the dots and you have a line that looks like: For L2) Let x=0 and solve for y, this is you y-intercept: (0)+y=3 y=3 Plot (0,3) Let y=0 and solve for x, this is your x-intercept: x+(0)=3 x=3 Plot (3,0) Connect the dots and you have a second line: They intersect at (1,2), that's the solution to the system. Happy Calculating!!!