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Need Help! will reward! During one particular week, the first car consumed 35gallons of gas and the second consumed 25 gallons of gas. The two cars drove a combined total of 2050 miles, and the sum of their fuel efficiencies was 70 miles per gallon. What were the fuel efficiencies of each of the cars that week?

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    x=miles driven by first car y = miles driven by second car x+y=2050 x/25+y/35=70 Solve the system.

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