Posted by **angela** on Monday, July 15, 2013 at 2:33am.

Solve the system using elimination

X+3y=5

4x+4y=4 I tried to work this problem and

this is what I came up with.

x+3y=5

x+4y=20

7y=15

y=7/15

and x= (5+y)/4

(5+7/15)/2

2/15

x=2/15

x=2/15, y=7/15 I would like for someone to check to see if it is correct.

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