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solve the equation 4y+5=-31

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Do you want to graph it? @buddhababy002
no i dont need graph, just how to solve it.

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I think he has written solve the equation.. @saifoo.khan
@buddhababy002 , the equation is already solved and it's in standard form.
Ha ha.. Solve for y @saifoo.khan
@waterineyes , please let me solve the problem. :)
Are you finding any x there ??
Carry on @saifoo.khan
@buddhababy002 : Solve this equation, make y the subject. This will help you to convert the line in slope-intercept form.
you do not need to, just move 5 to the right side, and divide both sides by 4
lol, really?
Subtract 5 both the sides: \[4y = -31 - 5 \implies 4y = -36\] Divide by 4 now: \[y = \frac{-36}{4} \implies y = -9\]
@waterineyes : haha. ;)
@saifoo.khan I think you are using your brain more than required.. Ha ha ha..
so u subtract both sides by 5 cause it doesn't have the variable right?
I subtract 5 because we want to make variable on one side and constant terms on other side..
@waterineyes , hahah right! im used to that "more brain using" method actually. LOLOLOL
ah i see.. okay thank you.
Welcome..
nvm.

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