ALGEBRAHelp please
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Find the solution to the following system of two linear equations, if it has a solution.
x+3y=4, 3x+9y=12

ALGEBRAHelp please 
Tiffany
x+3y=4
x x ALWAYS X means 1
3y=4
divide by 4
y=1
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