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What is a possible first step to eliminate the variable y in the following system? 4x + 6y = 1 5x – 3y = 8

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    Tell me: is there any combination of the second equation that we can add to the first equation that will get rid of y?

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    multiply the second equation with 2

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    try this method: 4x+6y=1 5x-3y=8 9x+3y=8 then solve for x, then fill in the equation and solve for y.

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