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# How can you solve simultaneous equations by plotting graphs?

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Plot graph lines of each equation. The solution is where they cross. Read off the x and y values of this "intersection" point and that is the answer.

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Dawn M

To solve simultaneous equations using graphs, first plot both graphs and then find the points where the graphs cross over, the co-ordinates of these points will be the estimated solutions to the equations.

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