Solve the system using the substitution or elimination method
\left\{
\begin{array}{l}
-x+y = 3, \\
4x-3y = -11. \\
\end{array}\right.

How many solutions are there to this system?

If there is one solution, give its coordinates in the answer spaces below.

How many solutions are there to this system?

** A. ** None** B. ** Exactly 1** C. ** Exactly 2** D. ** Exactly 3** E. ** Infinitely many** F. ** None of the above

If there is one solution, give its coordinates in the answer spaces below.

If there
are infinitely many solutions, enter *x* in the answer blank for

If there are no solutions, leave the answer blanks for

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