3x+2y= -1

x−2y=5

Add the two equations together to get:

4x = 4 so x = 1 can you get the rest from this?

Thank you. No i am still unsure of how to carry out the rest of the problem.

Substitute x = 1 in to any of the equations ....then you can find 'y'....

3x+2y=-1, x=2y=5, adding both cancels out y, so we are left with: 4x=-1+5, 4x=4, x=1.

Plugging the value of x in the second equation to solve y, we have 1-2y=5, -2y=4, y=-2.

Check for the first equation: 3(1)+2(-2)=3-4=-1.