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Solve two equations with two unknowns:

400x+120y=147.2
350x+200y=144

Result

x =  0.32
y =  0.16

Solution:


400x+120y=147.2
350x+200y=144

400x+120y = 147.2
350x+200y = 144

x = 825 = 0.32
y = 425 = 0.16

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