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2014-01-08T23:30:54+08:00
 Given: y=5x-6, you can write this as 5x-y=6
        3x-2y=5
solution:
  Multiply -2 to the equation (5x-y=6) so you can cancel variable y.
  ( -10+2y= -12) - ( 3x-2y=5) equals -13x= -17 therefore, x= -17/-13 or 17/13.
 substitute the value you've get to either of the equations:
   3(17/13) - 2y = 5
 51/13 - 2y = 5
 (51 /13) - 5 = 2y
 -14/13 = 2y
 -14/26 =y
  answer:
 x = 17/13
 y = -14/26
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