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On which of the following types of income would you normally have income tax withheld? Tips Interest Dividends Capital gains
Interest and Dividends normally have income tax withheld.
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User: On which of the following types of income would you normally have income tax withheld? Tips Interest Dividends Capital gains

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Interest and Dividends normally have income tax withheld.
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*Find the value of the expression "6y + 1" when y = 3

the value of 6y+1 when y=3 is 19.

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6y+1
=6(3)+1
=18+1
=19

*Solve for x: 2x = 10

x is 5

solution
2x = 10
x=10/2
x=5

*Solve for x: 4(2x - 1) = 12

x is 2

solution
4(2x - 1) = 12
2x-1=12/4
2x-1=3
2x=3+1
2x=4
x=4/2
x=2
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