The incorrect work of a student to solve an equation 2(y + 8) = 4y is shown below:
Step 1: 2(y + 8) = 4y
Step 2: 2y + 10 = 4y
Step 3: 2y = 10
Step 4: y = 5
Which of the following explains how to correct Step 2 and shows the correct value of y?
The equation should be y + 8 = 4y after division by 2; y = 4
The equation should be y + 8 = 4y after division by 2; y = 6
2 should be distributed as 2y + 16; y = 4
2 should be distributed as 2y + 16; y = 8

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@TheSmartOne @Kim21

Either A or B, since the person screwed up when they added 2+6 rather than multiplying 2*6 :b

After that all you need to do is solve for y :)

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