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A number (x) is 3 less than the thrice of other number (y) and sum............What is the value of x and y respectively?

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A number (x) is 3 less than the thrice of other number (y) and sum of their squares is 97.
What is the value of x and y respectively?

posted Jul 22 by Varun Kumar

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