There are 3 methods that can be used to solve Simultaneous equations:-

- Elimination method
- Substitution method
- Graphical method

Using the Elimination method: So basically, to find the value of "y", we have to eliminate "x" by multiplying the first equation by 2 and the second equation by -6.

12x+4y=60

-12x+6y=-36

Then we simplify the equation from top to bottom. We're gonna have something like this:

12x-12x+4y+6y=60-36

After simplifying, we will have:

10y=24 {Divide both sides to get the value of "y"

y=2.4

If the value of "y" is 2.4, then we will have to substitute "y" in either of the two equations in other to find the value of "x". I will go for the second equation.

2x-2.4=6

2x=6+2.4

x=4.2

Final answer will be "y"=2.4 "x"=4.2