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# You're a manager in a company that produces rocket ships. machine \text{a}astart text, a, end text and machine \text{b}bstart text, b, end text both produce cockpits and propulsion systems. machine \text{a}astart text, a, end text ran for hours and produced 333 cockpits and 555 propulsion systems. machine \text{b}bstart text, b, end text ran for hours and produced 666 cockpits and 101010 propulsion systems. assume both machines produce cockpits at the same rate and both produce propulsion systems at the same rate. can we use a system of linear equations in two variables to solve for a unique amount of time that it takes each machine to produce a cockpit and to produce a propulsion system?

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