Algebra
posted by Ellen .
Solve sytems of equations for
7x3y=31 and y5=3x
I need to find what x and y equal.
thanks!

Algebra 
bobpursley
7x4y31
3x+y=5
multiply the second equation by 4, then add the equations.
5x=51
does that get you started?
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