solve this problem 3(4-y)=5(y+2)
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Updated 12/7/2014 2:40:30 AM
Flagged by alfred123 [12/7/2014 2:40:30 AM]
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User: solve this problem 3(4-y)=5(y+2)

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Updated 12/7/2014 2:40:30 AM
Flagged by alfred123 [12/7/2014 2:40:30 AM]
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3(4 - y) = 5(y + 2)

12 - 3y = 5y + 10;

12 - 10 = 5y + 3y;

2 = 8y;

y = 2/8;

y = 1/4
Confirmed by sujaysen [12/7/2014 10:40:05 AM]

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Solve and check your solutions 10x + 3 = 15.
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Updated 9/26/2015 1:08:28 PM
10x + 3 = 15
10x = 15 - 3
10x = 12
x = 12/10
x = 6/5

10x + 3 = 15
10(6/5) + 3 = 15
60/5 + 3 = 15
12 + 3 = 15
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