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Solve system of linear equations:

x-2y=6
3x+2y=4

Result

x =  2.5
y =  -1.75

Solution:

x-2y=6
3x+2y=4

x-2y = 6
3x+2y = 4

x = 52 = 2.5
y = -74 = -1.75

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