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5x + 9y = 0

6x + 6y = 2 use substitution method

5x + 9y = 0

y = -5x/9

6x + 6y = 2 substitute y with -5x/9

6x + 6(-5x/9) = 2

6x - 30x/9 = 2 multiply by 9 to both sides

54x - 30x = 18

24x = 18

x = 24/18 = 4/3

y = -5x/9 = (-5/9)x substitute x with 4/3

y = (-5/9)(4/3) = -20/27

Thus the solution is x = 4/3 and y = -20/27.

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