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1/2x  1/4y= 7/2
3/4x + 1/3y= 19/2
To change into y=, do i multiply the top one by by 1/4 and the bottom one by 1/3?

You would multiply the top one by 4 and the bottom one by +3, if you want to keep y positive.

What do you have to multiply 1/4 by to get to 1?
4
1/2 x  1/4 y = 7/2
Multiply across by 4:
2x  y = 14
y = 2x 14
Now multiply the second one across by 3 to finish it yourself. 
thank yall(:

Well i can't seem to figure out the intersection on my calc. please help.
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