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Example 1
We have solved the simultaneous equation by identifying that
both equations are equal to each other. We have then moved all
the values to one side of the brackets so that we get a quadratic
equation. Next we solved the equation to find the possible values
of x which we then substituted into one of the original equations
to find the possible values of y. Lastly, we wrote the answers as
co-ordinates.

Example 2
We have solved that simultaneous equations by merging the two
equations (due to the fact that they are both equal to y) and
making the new equation a quadratic by moving all the values to
one side. Then we solved the quadratic to get the possible values
of x and then substituted these values into one of the original
equations to find the possible values of y. The last step was to
write the answers as co-ordinates.

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