how to solve this system y=x-1 y=x^2-6x+9 help
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To solve a system of equations, we need to somehow eliminate one of the variables to get a single equation in one variable. With linear systems of equations (no quadratic terms), there are several standard methods for this: substitution or Gaussian elimination are the most...
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