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Step 2.
At this point you should see why I multiplied the original second equation by 2, the $y$ terms in step 2 cancel out and you have one equation is $x.$ Solve this equation for $x,$ substitute into one of the original equation and solve for $y.$ Make sure that you verify your answer. Penny  


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