Using graph paper or the geogebra graphing tool, graph the system:

y=3x−8y=−4x+6

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Mathematics, 23.11.2019 01:31 lilianjoyful

# Using graph paper or the geogebra graphing tool, graph the system:

y=3x−8y=−4x+6

what is the solution to the system?

enter your answer as an ordered pair (x, y).

me im so lost

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