Posted by **Adam** on Tuesday, April 17, 2007 at 8:58pm.

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Find the solution for x,y.

In the problem...

5x-3y=-11

x-2y=2

Multiply the second equaton by five.

5x-3y=-11

5x-10y=10

subtract the second equation from the first.

7y=-21

solve for y, then put y into either of the beginning equations to solve for x.

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