Solve for x and y liner equation, Mathematics

Solve for x , y

(x + y - 8)/2  =( x + 2 y - 14)/3 = (3x + y - 12)/11

 

(Ans: x=2, y=6)

Ans:     x+ y - 8/2  =   x + 2y - 14 /3  =   3x+ y- 12/11

x + y- 8/2     =     x + 2y - 14/ 3

On solving, we will get....y= 6

x + y - 8 /2  =    x - 2/2  =  x+ 2y- 14/3

On solving , we will get....

x   = 2

 

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