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4-40.

Kevin and his little sister, Katy, are trying to solve the system of equations shown below. Kevin thinks the new equation should be $3(6x−1)+2y=43$, while Katy thinks it should be $3x+2(6x−1)=43$. Who is correct and why? Homework Help ✎

 $y=6x−1$ $3x+2y=43$

In order to solve the system of equations 6x − 1 must be substituted in for y.

$3x+2(6x−1)=43$

Katy is right.