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Solve for \(y\) in the equation given first.

|dw:1359861055141:dw|

|dw:1359861349075:dw|

Yes, the coefficient of \(x\).

No, just get the \(y\) on the left side.

what you mean by just get the y on the left side I need to add 36 to 0 that will give me y=-7/6+6?

Actually it then becomes 7/6.

okay let me try again =] thanks

o yes thank you so much I did get the same answer thanks alot =]