` \frac{x}{3} + \frac{x + y}{6} =3; \frac{y}{3} - \frac{x - y}{2} = 6`

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Q 2918567409.     Solve the following pair of simultaneous equations:
` \frac{x}{3} + \frac{x + y}{6} =3; \frac{y}{3} - \frac{x - y}{2} = 6`
A

x=2,y=-5

B

x=7,y=4

C

x=6,y=3

D

x=3,y=9

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