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andres123

Solve for y: 2/3y + 8 = 6

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    cant be... thats not one of the choices lol

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    what are the choices?

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    |dw:1324491519283:dw|

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    is that the problem?

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    then its -3

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    y=-3

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    or 3y+8 could also be the denominator

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    -3

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    andres123 an you tell use if 2/3 is the coefficient of y or if 3y +8 is the denominator

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