Absolutely absolute

Algebra Level 4

Solve the equation

2x3y+7x3y13=0\left| 2x-3y \right| +\sqrt { 7x-3y-13 } =0

Given that the value of xx and the value of yy can be expressed as ab\frac{a}{b} and cd\frac{c}{d} respectively and that they are both real, find the value of a+b+c+da+b+c+ d

If you think that there are infinitely many rational solutions for xx and yy, input 00 as your answer.

If you think that there are no solutions for xx and yy, input 1-1 as your answer.

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