factor 14a2 - 68a + 48
The factored form of 14a2 - 68a + 48 is: 2(7a - 6)(a - 4)
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The factored form of 14a2 - 68a + 48 is:
2(7a - 6)(a - 4)

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x = y - 6, replace x in the first equation we get:
5(y - 6) + 10y = 18
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