2x-3y=6

4y=7x+9
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$$$$ halaluya...yer the first persun me see hu separate the 2 equashuns so

its eezee tu tell the 2 apart

line 1: 2x-3y=6

line 2: 4y=7x+9 or y=(7/4)x -(9/4)

line 1...2x -3[(7/4)x -(9/4)]=6

or 8x -3[7x -9]=24

8x-21x +27=24

-13x =24-27=-3

x=+3/13 or0.2307692

y=(7/4)x -(9/4)=(7/4)*(3/13) -(9/4)

y=(21/52) -(117/52)

y=-96/52=-1/947139
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