Question Solve the system of equations using elimination. 5x+4y=−14 3x+6y=6 A: (−6, 4)B: (0.4, −4)C: (−5.6, 3.5)

Answer: The answer is (A) (-6,4). Step-by-step explanation: First you have to multiply the first equation by 6 and the second equation by 4. Then next you subtract the second equation from 1. 30x + 24y = – 84 12x + 24y = 24 18x + 0. = – 108 => 18x = – 108 => x = – 108 / 18 => x = – 6 Then for the next step then put in x = – 6 in equation 2 and solve for y ( 3x + 6y = 6) (3×(-6) + 6y = 6) ( – 18 + 6y = 6) ( 6y = 18 + 6 ) ( 6y = 24) (y = 4 ) (I really do hope this helps!!!) Reply

Answer:Step-by-step explanation:3x + 6y = 6)

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The answer for you question is option A