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How Do You Solve X-y=3 And 6x+4y=13 Using Substitution?
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Atul Garg
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X=3+y and 6x+4y=13
6(3+y)+4y=13
18+6y+4y=13
10y=-5
y = -1/2
X = 5/2
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