5x-3y=8, -5x+y=4; i just need help getting started please
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line 1: 5x-3y=8

line 2: -5x+y=4

line1 +line2=(5x-5x) +(y-3y)=12



line 1: 5x-3*(-6)=8, 5x+18=8, 5x=-10


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