MATH SOLVE

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# I SWEAR TO GOD I HATE THIS WEBSITE CAN SOMEONE NOT ANSWER A QUESTION??NEED HELP FAST!!! PLEASEGraph the system of equations.8x+8y=64y=x+2Use the Line tool to graph the lines.

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The graph is attached.Explanation:We can use the x- and y-intercepts to graph. The x-intercept of the first equation is 8, and the y-intercept is 8. The x-intercept of the second equation is -2, and the y-intercept is 2.x-intercepts are where the data crosses the x-axis. At every one of these points, the y-coordinate will be 0; therefore we can substitute 0 for y and solve to get the value of the x-intercept.For the first equation, we would have8x+8(0)=648x=64.Divide both sides by 8:8x/8 = 64/8x=8.For the second equation,2x-2(0)=-42x=-4.Divide both sides by 2:2x/2 = -4/2x=-2.y-intercepts are where the data crosses the y-axis. At every one of these points, the x-coordinate will be 0; therefore we can substitute 0 for x and solve to get the value of the y-intercept.For the first equation,8(0)+8y=648y=64.Divide both sides by 8:8y/8 = 64/8y=8.For the second equation,2(0)-2y=-4-2y=-4.Divide both sides by -2:-2y/-2 = -4/-2y=2.Plot these points for both equations and connect them to draw the line.