How to solve the system x+y=3 and x^2/y+y^2/x=9/2?
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We have to solve the system x + y = 3 and x^2/y + y^2/x = 9/2
x + y = 3
=> x = 3 - y
Substitute this in x^2/y + y^2/x = 9/2
=> (3 - y)^2 / y + y^2 / (3 - y) = 9/2
=> (3...
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