MATH SOLVE

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# What is the apparent solution to the system of equations? y=12x+2y=2x−1 Graph the system of equations using the Line tool. Plot a point at the apparent solution to the system using the Point tool.

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Answer:The apparent solution for the given equation is, (-0.3, -1.6)Step-by-step explanation:Given the system of equation:y = 12x + 2 and y = 2x -1Table for the equation y =12x +2;x y-0.3 -1.6 -1/6 0 0 21 14then, the points for this equations are: (-0.3, -1.6), (-1/6, 0), (0, 2) and (1, 14).Also, table for the equation y = 2x -1 ;x y-0.3 -1.6 0 -11 12 3Then, the points for this equations are: (-0.3, -1.6), (0, -1), (1,1)and (2, 3)Using Point tool , we plot these points of the given system of equation on the Cartesian plane.As, you can see the graph as shown below in the attachment.Also, the two lines intersects at (-0.3, -1.6) Therefore, the apparent solution for the given system of equation is; (-0.3, -1.6)