3x-4y=10 4x+5=23?

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3x-4y=10 4x+5=23 ?

Answer:
We can solve the second equation first because it has only one unknown variable.
4x+5=23
So, let’s subtract 5 from both sides of the equation (this is legal because it keeps both sides equal to one another)
4x=18
Now we divide both sides by 4…
x = 4.5

Now that we know x, we can plug its value into the first equation
3(4.5) -4y = 10
Simplifying…
13.5 - 4y = 10
Subtracting 13.5 from both sides
-4y = -3.5
DIviding both sides by -4
y = 0.875 or 7/8