Simultaneous equasions
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Double the second equation then add it to the first: 3x+2y+4x-2y=13+16=29. So 7x=29 and x=29/7.

y=2x-8=58/7-8=(58-56)/7=2/7.

So x=29/7 and y=2/7.

answered Jun 10 by Rod Top Rated User (559,560 points)

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