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The solution is any pair of numbers that make the statement true

when you plug them in place of 'x' and 'y'.

There are an infinite amount of such pairs of numbers.

Any pair of numbers will work, just as long as

(double the 'x' number) minus (triple the 'y' number) is 18.

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