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posted by Hayley .
2x+11y=9
4x8y=0
how do I solve this system of equations?

Multiply first equation by two.
4x + 22y = 9
4x  8y = 0
Subtract second equation from first.
30y = 9
y = 9/30 = 3/10 = .3
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