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I'm tying to solve a system of equations. I know I need to operate on the top and the bottom both in order to isolate the X's and Y's, but I can't seem to figure what to operate on them with. Here are the equations, any help is appreciated. Thanks

D^{2}x - Dy=t

(D+3)x + (D+3)y=2

I should be able to finish solving it if I can just get them in the forms I need.

Edit: I have a feeling this is going to seem really obvious and easy when I see it. But I am just getting in to Differential Equations, so I am new at this stuff.

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# Help Solving a System Of DEQ's

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