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solve for the indicated variable 3x - 8y = 24 ; for y

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1.Add 8y both sides 2.Subtract 24 both sides 3.Divide by 8 both sides
3x-8y=24 -3x -3x __________________________ -8y= 24-3x -8y/-8 = 24-3x/-8 y= ??
should my answer be .375x - 3 = y?

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yup u r right. But it wud be really bettter if u give the answer as \[\frac{ 3 }{ 8 }x-3=y\]
okay,thanx,ive another similiar one as well if you help Rx +sy = t ; for y (so =/ 0)
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