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6-61.

Use the substitution method:

4*y* − (−2*y* − 3) = 9

Combine like terms and solve. Then substitute the *y* value you found into the first equation and solve for *x*.

Use the elimination method. Solve for *y* and substitute the value into one of the equations.

*x* = 3 and *y* = 1

See problem (a) for help.

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