1. solve the following pair of simultaneous equations.

6f + e = 23

2e - f = 7

2....

Mathematics, 27.08.2019 12:50, paranoidbih

# 1. solve the following pair of simultaneous equations.

6f + e = 23

2e - f = 7

2. solve the question 1 above graphically, i. e using straight line graphs. show all relevant points

Answers: 1

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