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anonymous

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solve for y 9y+33 =0

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  1. anonymous
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    y = -33/9

  2. anonymous
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    can u show work please?

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    Sure. I put the constant (33) on the other side by subtracting it so i could get the y term by itsself. If i subtract 33 on one side, i must do it to the other side so that the equation stays equal. so now we have 9y = -33. Then we divide by 9 on both sides to remove the coefficient of y (9) and we get 7 = -33/9

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    *y = -33/9 my bad typo

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    thanks broski

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