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# Draw the graphs of lines 3y =4x − 4 and 2x = 3y+4 and determine the point at which these lines meet.

Answer :

In the above graph, the green line represents the equation 3y=4x-4 and the blue line represents equation 2x=3y+4 and we can see that they are intersecting at (0,-1.33) or

Also, when we’ll solve this two equation simultaneously we’ll get-

x=0 and .

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