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zakirdunn1 Group Title

-3x+6y=12

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    Minus 6y from the 12 then divide 3x into 6 x=2

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    x=-2*

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    Divide -3x into 6*

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    Thats right isn't it?

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    No. it isn't. You just threw the "x" away. @zakirdunn1, I'm guessing you want to find "y" You start by isolating the Y term by adding 3x to both sides. That leaves you with 6y=whatever, so you then want to divide both sides by 6.

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