If x²+4y²=40 and xy=6, what will be the value of x+2y?

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If x²+4y²=40 and xy=6, what will be the value of x+2y? Please explain how you arrived at your answer. 

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Prof_stanley
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Solution
Step 1:
Let equation 1 be x²+4y²=40 and equation 2 be xy=6
Step 2:
Make x the subject of equation 2 by dividing y on both sides of the equation
xy/y=6/y
simplified the operation gives; x=6/y…let this be equation 3
Step 3:
Taking Equation 3 and squaring it; the result gives us equation 4
x2 =36/y2
step 4
take the values of equati...

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