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abia ubong
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hey i need help with this its a simul eqn ,here it is ,
x+y=5,x^x+y^y=31.any help will be appreciated
x+y=5,x^x+y^y=31.any help will be appreciated
Why do I feel I have seen this before?abia ubong said:hey i need help with this its a simul eqn ,here it is ,
x+y=5,x^x+y^y=31.any help will be appreciated
The solution to these equations is x=3 and y=2. This can be found by substituting y=5-x into the second equation and solving for x.
To solve a system of equations with two variables, you must first isolate one variable in one of the equations. Then, substitute that value into the other equation and solve for the remaining variable. Finally, plug the value of the remaining variable into the first equation to find the value of the first variable.
Yes, these equations can be solved using algebraic methods. By isolating one variable in one of the equations and substituting it into the other equation, we can solve for the remaining variable.
Yes, these equations can also be solved using graphical or numerical methods. Graphing the two equations on a coordinate plane and finding the intersection point can give the solution. Using a calculator or computer program to solve the equations numerically can also provide the solution.
The solution to these equations can be found by considering the properties of exponents and using algebraic manipulation. By isolating one variable and substituting it into the other equation, we can eliminate one variable and solve for the remaining variable. This solution satisfies both equations, making it the correct solution.