In the second equation, solve for .

First . Then, multiply both sides by . So, . Then . Now, solve for .

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## Re: help

Note: There are a number of ways to solve the system of equations. You first need an expression for in terms of , so in the first equation, you could multiply both sides by . Then . Now, solve for :

Plug that into the second equation and solve for .

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