# Solve (1,2) [(3x,-,y,=,1),(2x,+,3y,=,8)]

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Consider the system of equations:
$3x-y=1$-I
$2x+3y=8$-II
verify if pair(1,2)is solution of (1) & (2).
substitue X=1 &Y=2 in equation-
$3\left(1\right)-2\stackrel{?}{=}1$
$3-2\stackrel{?}{=}1$
1=1 (True)
hence (1,2) satisfies the equation-I
substitute x=1 & y=2 in equation -II
$2\left(1\right)+3\left(2\right)\stackrel{=}{?}8$
$2+6\stackrel{?}{=}18$
8=8(True)
Hence (1,2) satisfies the equation -II
Hence, the ordered pair (1,2) is a solution to the given system of linear equations