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**I am having a hard time with an Algebra question on systems of equations and graphing: y= 5x-8 y= -5x+2 The answer choices are: A. The solution is ______( fill in whatever the solution is)__.**

B. There is infinitely many solutions.

C. There is no solution.

I also have to graph it so what what would I graph if need be?

Thanks so much!!!

**Answer**

1)First you substitute what we already know y equals -5x+2=5x-8

2) if you solve that you get that x=1

3) put x back in one of the original equations y=5(1)-8

4) then you get y as -2 A) the solution is x=1 y=-2 You would graph x and y and a coordinate point (1,-2)

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