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With substitution, you need to take 1 equation, solve for x or y, and plug that into the other equation. That will help you solve for either x or y, and when you plug 1 into either of the original equations, you have both. See if you can follow the steps
below:
1. Y = 4X -...

Start by writing an equation with a a variable (call it X) to represent the # Tim started with.
He started with X, added 5 more, then his dog took half or divide by 2. He then ended up with 37. Solve:
(X +5)/2 = 37 Multiply each side by 2
X+5 = 74 Subtract...