Solve for y, x

x=-3

y=17

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y=\left(-3\right)^{3}-12\left(-3\right)+8

Consider the first equation. Insert the known values of variables into the equation.

y=-27-12\left(-3\right)+8

Calculate -3 to the power of 3 and get -27.

y=-27+36+8

Multiply -12 and -3 to get 36.

y=9+8

Add -27 and 36 to get 9.

y=17

Add 9 and 8 to get 17.

y=17 x=-3

The system is now solved.

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