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in second equation take y to right side then multiple second equation with 2
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I think the answer is either (1, 3) or (3, 1) or (3, 1) or (1,  3)
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Put each equation in Y intercept form. Plug in a few numbers and graph.
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@Compassionate it can be done simply by eliminating Y
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y = x + 2 y = 2x + 5 Plug in valies 12 for x.
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\[2x=2y4\quad \implies\quad 2x+4=2y\quad\implies\quad y=x+4\] \[2xy=5\quad\implies\quad2x+5=y\quad\implies\quad y=2x+5\]
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