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dietrich_harmon
 2 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0First you need to get all the variables on one side of the equal sign and all the constants on the other. So you have to add 2y on both sides (you take the opposite sign to cancel it out) to get 8=5y2 Then you have to get the 2 with the 8 so you add 2 (same as the 2y) to get 10=5y Then you have to divide by the number in front of y to get: 2=y

Fellowroot
 2 years ago
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CheetahBooks1
 2 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.082y=3y2 3y 3y 8(5y)=2 8+5y=2 8 8 5y=10 /5 /5 Y=2

Fellowroot
 2 years ago
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