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3-93.

Solve the systems of equations below using any method.

1. $3x − 3 = y$
$6x − 5y = 12$

$\left(\frac{1}{3},-2\right)$
2. $3x − 2y = 30$
$2x + 3y = −19$
Multiply the first equation by $3$ and the second equation by $−2$. Then add the equations together. What happens?