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Solve the equation –25 + 4y = 35 for y.
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User: Solve the equation –25 + 4y = 35 for y.

Weegy: 8y. 2(4y) = 8y
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User: Solve the equation -8v – 5 = -21 for v

Weegy: -8v – 5 = -21 is v=2.
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–25 + 4y = 35
4y = 35 + 25
4y = 60
y = 15
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