Solve the given system by substitution.

3y=5x+6x+y=2\begin{aligned} &3 y=5 x+6 \\ &x+y=2 \end{aligned}


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The solution of the system of equations is the solution that satisfies the equations in the system. To determine the solution of the system, one way is to use the method of substitution.

The Substitution Method is a way to solve the system of equations by expressing a variable from one of the equations in the system and substituting it to the other equations. Then by simplifying the equations, the value of the variables will be determined. For example, solve the sample exercise below.

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