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Consider the first equation. Add to both sides.
Add and to get .
Divide both sides by .
Consider the second equation. Insert the known values of variables into the equation.
Add to both sides.
Add and to get .
Divide both sides by .
Express as a single fraction.
Multiply and to get .
The system is now solved.
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3t=5+3
Consider the first equation. Add 3 to both sides.
3t=8
Add 5 and 3 to get 8.
t=\frac{8}{3}
Divide both sides by 3.
4s-37=\frac{8}{3}
Consider the second equation. Insert the known values of variables into the equation.
4s=\frac{8}{3}+37
Add 37 to both sides.
4s=\frac{119}{3}
Add \frac{8}{3}\approx 2.666666667 and 37 to get \frac{119}{3}\approx 39.666666667.
s=\frac{\frac{119}{3}}{4}
Divide both sides by 4.
s=\frac{119}{3\times 4}
Express \frac{\frac{119}{3}}{4}\approx 9.916666667 as a single fraction.
s=\frac{119}{12}
Multiply 3 and 4 to get 12.
t=\frac{8}{3} s=\frac{119}{12}
The system is now solved.
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