Loan X has a principal of $10,000*x* and a yearly simple interest rate of 4%. Loan Y has a principal of $10,000*y* and a yearly simple interest rate of 8%. Loans X and Y will be consolidated to form Loan Z with a principal of $(10,000*x* + 10,000*y*) and a yearly simple interest rate of *r*%, where r = `(4x + 8y)/(x+y)`.

In the table, select a value for *x* and a value for *y* corresponding to a yearly simple interest rate of 5% for the consolidated loan. Make only two selections, one in each column.