Solve where 𝒙² + π’šΒ² = 𝒓 and 𝒙 + π’š = πŸ‘ (substituting)

Solve simultaneous equations by substituting a linear equation into a quadratic equation. You need to be confident in solving quadratics by factorisation and by the quadratic formula before starting this lesson. Examples include quadratics of the form 𝒙² + π’šΒ² = 𝒓, where r can be a square number.

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