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i need help on 7x+y=-4... can anyone help please?... :D

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i can so whats the question?
hello
im solving for y

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and hello
i got it
y = -4-7x
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In mathematics, the solution to the equation 7x -y + 4 is y = 7 x+4 where "x" and "y" are considered variables.
haha ok welll can you explain it where i i can understand cause im 14 and suck at math
dkglenn wrong!
what no i am not How
7x+y=-4; y = -4-7x
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wrong
lol so who do i belive..ahaha
dkglenn stop confusing people!! 7x+y=-4; subtract 7x from both sides y = -4-7x
lol its ok you boh were very helpful no biggy
ok lol
thanks dkglenn
:D
i dont understand why i suck at these so much.. :/
i do to lol! your not alone
lol im probably worse i have been taking this class for like two years and im sux and im cramiing for a test

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