# Answer: In Exercises 4556, solve each system by the method

## Problem 4.1.216 Chapter 4.3

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Problem 4.1.216

In Exercises 4556, solve each system by the method of your choice. If there is no solution or an infinite number of solutions, so state. Use set notation to express solution sets. Explain why you selected one method over the other two. 2(x y) 4x 1 3(x y) x y 3

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