## Algebra: A Combined Approach (4th Edition)

We have $6y + 4x = 6$ and $3y - 3 = -2x$ Rearrange the second equation as $3y+2x=3$ Now multiply both sides of the second equation by two (2): We get $2(3y+2x)=2(3)$, which is $6y + 4x = 6$ (the same as the first equation). Hence, we have the same two equations which correspond to the same line.