In this video, you will learn how to solve a system of equations using the graphing method. A system of equations is when you are given two equations for which you must a pair of solutions (x and y) that shall satisfy both equations. When solving using the graphing method, you first have to rewrite the equations given in slope intercept form, which is y = mx + b, where m is the slope and b is the y-intercept. Once you have rewritten the equations, you will graph the y-intercept of the first equations, and then start graphing the slope. Follow the same steps for the second equation given. Once you have graphed both given equations, find the point of intersection. The point at which both equations meet is the solution to the system of equations. To check your answer, plug in the values of x and y, and check to see if they are both true. To learn more about this topic in detail, please watch the video!
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