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#### Question

Solve the following systems of equations

(i)`\frac{15}{u} + \frac{2}{v} = 17`

`\frac{1}{u} + \frac{1}{v} = \frac{36}{5}`

(ii) ` \frac{11}{v} – \frac{7}{u} = 1`

`\frac{9}{v} + \frac{4}{u} = 6`

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