#### Answer

(-11, -19)

#### Work Step by Step

We first add 2x to both sides of the first equation to obtain that y=2x+3. Thus, in the second equation, wherever we see y, we will substitute 2x+3, and then we will solve:
$3x -2(2x+3) = 5 \\\\ -x-6=5 \\\\ -x =11 \\\\ x=-11$
We now substitute x=-11 back in:
$y=2(-11)+3=-19$
We plug this point back into the first equation and find that our answer is correct.