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No solution. Multiply second equation by 3 and get 12x + 6y = 0 but already stated 12x + 6y = 9...

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12x+6y=9 - 1

4x+2y=0 - 2

y=-2x

sub y= -2x into 1,

12x+6(-2x)=9

12x-12x=9

0=9

thus, no solution.

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