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kianna

  • 2 years ago

how do u solve y+8=3y-6

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  1. kirk.freedman
    • 2 years ago
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    Begin by adding 6 to both sides, so you will have y+14=3y

  2. kirk.freedman
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    then subtract the y from both sides, so you will have 14=2y

  3. kirk.freedman
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    and then you divide both sides by 2 so you get 7=y

  4. BurrDaBoss
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    y+8=3y-6 y+3y+8=3y+3-6 4y+8=-6 4y+8-8=-6-8 4y=-14

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