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3-107.

Solve the system of equations:

$x^2-2y=-3$
$x^2+y=6$

Multiply the bottom equation by $2$. Then add the equations to eliminate the $y$-terms.
Solve for $x$. Then solve for $y$. Check your solution, making sure that your answers work for both equations.