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We can use the point slope form of a line to find the equation of the 2 linear functions.

(-3, -10) and (0, 2) are points on the first line.

Slope of first line,

Point slope form of equation of a line is

where m is the slope of the line

and is a point on the line.

Take = (0, 2)

So, equation of the first line is

(0, -12) and (3, -3) are points on the first line.

Slope of second line,

Take = (0, -12)

So, equation of second line is

Substitute y from equation (1) into equation (2)

4x + 2 = 3x - 12

4x - 3x = -12 - 2

x = -14

Substitute value of x in equation (1)

y = 4*(-14) + 2

y = -56 + 2

y = -54

So, solution is (-14, -54) .

ANSWER: (-14, -54)

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