I'm back and I need to know how to get the value of A and C? What is the equation for getting it?

bob bundy

2013-03-07 10:02:31

And that light sabre isn't just for show.

Bob

bobbym

2013-03-07 10:01:39

Tell your teachers I am watching them, closely.

bob bundy

2013-03-07 10:01:26

Looking forward to it. bye for now, sleep well.

Bob

Abby ❤ Choco

2013-03-07 10:00:33

Hey guys! I got it! Thanks again! Will be posting for other horrid math problems soon! 👽

bobbym

2013-03-07 09:58:13

Teachers are always doing that. Trying to force someone to think. It is evil and soon will be outlawed.

bob bundy

2013-03-07 09:55:17

She got what she wanted. I think she'll be back next time her 'horrid' teachers set another nasty one. (Don't forget; I know what an evil bunch they are )

Bob

bobbym

2013-03-07 09:50:08

Hi;

Bob, she skedoodled out of the forum.

bob bundy

2013-03-07 09:47:47

I suspect three simultaneous equations is a bit tough for Abby.

Give her a year or two on the forum and she'll be fine.

Hope you have got there now, Abby

Bob

ps. Now why didn't I think of that user name? really cool.

bobbym

2013-03-07 09:45:54

Are you okay with those equations?

Abby ❤ Choco

2013-03-07 09:45:02

Ok weird but your solution has come up after I posted the remark. Thank you.

bobbym

2013-03-07 09:38:33

Can you solve the set of equations? Do you need help there?

Abby ❤ Choco

2013-03-07 09:37:35

Hi Admin Bob. Sorry but the answer you posted was incomplete or blank after "adding gives"... Which still left me pondering as how you got the values of A B and C. I'm still in Yr6 here in UK you see so I need a detailed solution. My Dad is helping me with this forum but unfortunately cannot help me with the math problems :-)

bob bundy

2013-03-07 09:22:11

hi Abby ❤ Choco

Welcome to the forum.

I would do this:

adding gives

After which it should be easy enough to get A and C.