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trapstar14

  • 2 years ago

y/5+2=-8

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  1. j814wong
    • 2 years ago
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    To isolate y, subtract both sides by 2. After that, you will have to get rid of the denominator so multiply both sides by 5 afterwards. To solve these questions, just get rid of individual terms (such as the +2) on the side of the variable. After getting rid of the 2, y/5 will simply be y(1/5). Now you can also get rid of that term.

  2. trapstar14
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    thank you

  3. j814wong
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    You're welcome

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