Elementary Algebra

How do you solve by elimination this linear equation? 8x-3y=-6,
5x+6y=75

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  1. 8x-3y=-6,
    5x+6y=75

    multiply the top one by 2

    16x-6y=-12,
    5x+6y=75

    add the two together

    21x=63

    can you take it from here?

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  2. solve the linear system using elimination 10x-9y=46

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