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5x-y=5 so 10x-2y=10 and y=5x-5.


Add the two equations: 13x=39, so x=3.



Substitute for x and y in the original equations:

5*3-10=15-10=5 OK

3*3+2*10=9+20=29 OK
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Solve for value of x and y if 5x - y = 5 and 3x + 2y = 29


X=3 y=10

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