ELEMENTARY AND INTERMEDIATE ALGERBRA

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x=0 and y=4 in the second problem

X+y=13
22x + 36y=356

-3x + 2y =8
3x + 2y=8

y=4

hold, on i'm trying to find x

x=2 & y=1 on the last one :)

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