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Use elimination to solve the system of equations.

3x6y=33 x-6 y=-3

2x+4y=302 x+4 y=30

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To use the method of elimination, we should multiply the second equation by 1.51.5.

{3x6y=33x+6y=45\begin{aligned} \begin{cases} 3x - 6y = -3\\ 3x + 6y = 45 \end{cases} \end{aligned}

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