If I put the real and imaginary numbers together I would get
But I do not see how I can solve this with these solutions.
I understood them as two seperate problems and I did the first. Implicit in that is that x and y are both real (which is the usual convention).
If they are meant to be solved simultaneously then x and y are not real. You need to provide clarification: are they two seperate questions (x and y are real) or a single question (x and y are not real).
Im not sure how to do it as if it was real as I dont know what to do when there is i values
Get the inverse of the 2x2 coefficient matrix in the usual way. If you understand the arithmetic of complex numbers there is nothing difficult here. Have you actually tried working through the process? Post your working of this and state where you get stuck.