8th Grade Algebra

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How do you solve this problem?

3x = 4y
x + y = 21

Help please.

  • 8th Grade Algebra -

    Substitute 21 -x for y in the first equation.
    3x = 4(21-x)
    7x = 84
    x = 12
    y = 21-x = 9

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