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Solve for .y 6=-4+5y

 Apr 8, 2021
 #1
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6=-4+5y     subtract 4 from both sides of the equation

2 = 5y         divide both sides by 5

2/5 = y   

 Apr 8, 2021
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5+2u=-1

 Apr 8, 2021
 #4
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this is a bit easier 

5 + 2u = -1
                  subtract 5 on both sides
2u = -6
                  divide 2 on both sides
u = -6/2
                  divide
u = -3

itachiuchihakujo  Apr 8, 2021
edited by itachiuchihakujo  Apr 8, 2021
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Guest, you were soooo close!!!!

so..... let me explain

6 = -4 + 5y 
                      add for on both sides
10 = 5y
                     divide 5 on both sides
10/5 = y
                    divide
2 = y

 Apr 8, 2021
edited by itachiuchihakujo  Apr 8, 2021
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Yep....close.....I didn't see the negative sign hiding in there...should go find my glasses !   cheeky

ElectricPavlov  Apr 8, 2021
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lol... I was about to say I thought I did something wrong

itachiuchihakujo  Apr 8, 2021
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solve for v show work

-43=v/5-8

 Apr 8, 2021
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Hey there, PD6200!

 

So, I'll walk you step-by-step through this.

 

Step 1: Simplify both sides of the equation.

\(6=5y−4\)

 

Step 2: Flip the equation.

\(5y−4=6\)

 

Step 3: Add 4 to both sides.

\(5y−4+4=6+4\)

\(5y=10\)

 

Step 4: Divide both sides by 5.

\(\frac{5y}{5}\)\(=\frac{10}{5}\)

\(y=2\)

 

And there you have it, 2 is your answer.

 

Hope this helped! :)

( ゚д゚)つ Bye

 Apr 8, 2021

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