Posted by **cody** on Wednesday, September 21, 2011 at 7:23pm.

well i'm stumped. i can't figure out how to solve this.

solve for (x,y):

3/x + 2/y = 0

5/x - 1/y = 13

i can't graph it, and i can't use a calculator. i keep getting stuck on the second equation b/c i get 5y -13xy -x=0 and since 13 is a prime number i cant figure out what to do next.

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