How do you solve the following system: #2x4y=6 , y + 4x = 16 #?
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To solve the system of equations:

Rearrange the equations to isolate one variable in terms of the other:
Equation 1: (2x  4y = 6) → (x = 2y + 3)
Equation 2: (y + 4x = 16) → (x = \frac{{16  y}}{4})

Equate the expressions for (x) from both equations:
(2y + 3 = \frac{{16  y}}{4})

Solve for (y):
(8y + 12 = 16  y)
(9y = 4)
(y = \frac{4}{9})

Substitute the value of (y) into one of the original equations to find (x):
(x = 2\left(\frac{4}{9}\right) + 3)
(x = \frac{8}{9} + 3)
(x = \frac{35}{9})
So, the solution to the system is (x = \frac{35}{9}) and (y = \frac{4}{9}).
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