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Q: What is a solution for the system of equations x-y2 and y2x-4?

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(x4 + y4)/(x + y) = Quotient = x3 - x2y + xy2 - y3 Remainder = - 2y4/(x+y) So, x3 - x2y + xy2 - y3 - 2y4/(x+y)

-5xy2 + 12xy2 = (-5 + 12)xy2 = 7xy2

x3+xy-x2y2=x(x2+y-xy2)

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The compound with the formula XY2 consists of one atom of element X and two atoms of element Y.

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(x4 + y4)/(x + y) = Quotient = x3 - x2y + xy2 - y3 Remainder = - 2y4/(x+y) So, x3 - x2y + xy2 - y3 - 2y4/(x+y)