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Solve following system of equations:


6(x+7)+4(y-5)=12
2(x+y)-3(-2x+4y)=-44


Result

x =  -3
y =  2

Solution:


6(x+7)+4(y-5)=12
2(x+y)-3(-2x+4y)=-44

6x+4y = -10
8x-10y = -44

x = -3
y = 2

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