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 x-4y=-4

3x+y=1

From the first equation: x=4y-4.

Substitute in the second equation:

3(4y-4)+y=1,

12y-12+y=1,

13y=13, y=1, x=4y-4=4-4=0.

So x=0, y=1.

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