If is a solution to the system of equations above, what is the greatest possible value of ?A)1B)4C)7D)8 Loading... Page navigation ← Daily PWN 060 Daily PWN 062 →

Sure. First, solve for by substituting: Now that you know can equal 3 or -2, find the corresponding -values by plugging back into the simpler equation: So the two possible ordered pairs are (3, 4) and (-2, -6). The values of , then, are: Log in to Reply

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Can you do this showing a math solution?

Sure. First, solve for by substituting:

Now that you know can equal 3 or -2, find the corresponding -values by plugging back into the simpler equation:

So the two possible ordered pairs are (3, 4) and (-2, -6). The values of , then, are: