# SOLUTION: Please help me solove this problem: 2X-1/3y=8 3X-1/2y=6 I'm not sure how to start this, do I need to get a common multiple to remove the fraction or can I use the substituti

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 Click here to see ALL problems on Linear-systems Question 129871: Please help me solove this problem: 2X-1/3y=8 3X-1/2y=6 I'm not sure how to start this, do I need to get a common multiple to remove the fraction or can I use the substitution method? Or am I on the right tract if I do the following 3(2x-1/3y=8) 2(3x-1/2y=6) 6x-y=24 6x-y=12 -(6x-y=24) 6X-y=12 Answer by ankor@dixie-net.com(16527)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!You are on the right track