You can either use elimination or substitution methods.

Y= 5/6x + 3 and Y = 1/9x -2 i think but then im a poet not a mathematician

Did you get it yet or do you want me to work it out for you? I have my bachelors in mathematics... I'm qualified.

I'm still in trouble

I keep getting .33 for x and 1 for y. (for the first one)
But when I plug it back only one is coming back correct, are you sure the second one should not be = to 25?

Basically, you isolate a variable, and then substitute that new equation into the variable where the other is in the other equation, and then you simply solve. I can work it out for you and show you, if you'd like.

ok.

Are you sure you copied it down right? I tried to solve it, and couldn't. Wolfram Alpha says no solution: http://www.wolframalpha.com/input/?i=6x+%2B+3%2Fy+%3D+5+and+9%2Fx+-+2%2Fy%3D1+solve

yes I'm sure it's in my book

Then it's no solution. Because look at the graph. They will asymptotically approach each other, but never cross.

u typed it wrongly and this site gave me the x and the y and i need steps thanks 4 helping =)

I copied /pasted O-o