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satellite73 Group TitleBest ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.1
you want to solve it, or check the solutions?
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we can rewrite the second equation \[4x4y=28\] by dividing by \(4\) and get \[x+y=7\] or \(y=x7\) then use that to solve in the first equation
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\[3y=4x+7\] \[3(x7)=4x+7\] \[3x21=4x+7\] \[28=7x\] \[x=4\] so now we have \(x=4\) i guess we are done since you only have one option
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must be \((4,3)\)
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