casswebsterr 2 years ago Solve the equation for y: 4x + 3y = -12.

1. jiteshmeghwal9

subtaract 4x both sides & then divide 3 both sides

2. jazy

4x + 3y = -12 Subtract 4x from both sides. 3y = 4x - 12 Divide both sides by 3. y = 4/3x - 4

3. hartnn

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4. mayankdevnani

3y=-12-4x y=-12-4x/3

5. mayankdevnani

can you sollve it @casswebsterr

6. casswebsterr

y= -4 - 4/3 x

7. mayankdevnani

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8. mayankdevnani

yaa you are right @casswebsterr

9. mayankdevnani

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10. ayman171819

y=-4-4/3x

11. jiteshmeghwal9

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12. hba

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13. jiteshmeghwal9

@hartnn how is mine LaTeX ??

14. mayankdevnani

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15. ayman171819

y=-4-4/3x

16. hartnn

nice :)

17. jazy

Welcome to OS!! lol I have to learn to use LaTex. :D To fix my mistake... ------------------ Woops it was meant to be -4/3x. Sorry! (: 4x + 3y = -12 Subtract 4x from both sides. 3y = -4x - 12 Divide both sides by 3. y = -4/3x - 4

18. hba

@jazy Latex Practice Group Is There,You are Welcome Anytime.

19. jiteshmeghwal9
20. jiteshmeghwal9

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21. hartnn