Algebra

Systems of equation

1. +2y=5
8 -6y=3x-15

2).p-2q=4
2q=p+2

Solve the equations? I am stuck on how to do these last to problems thanks for the help

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  1. 2y = 5
    so,
    -6y = -3(2y) = -3(5) = 3x-15
    -15 = 3x-15
    x = 0
    y = 5/2

    p-2q=4
    p=2q+4
    so,
    2q = p+2 = 2q+4+2
    0 = 6
    No solutions

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