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2y-6x=8
2y=6x+8
y=3x+4

please explain this to me

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    Hi J,

    2y-6x=8
    2y=6x+8
    y=3x+4


    In line 1, you are adding +6x to both sides of equation to get line 2

    then inorder to get the value of y, (since you have 2y), divide both sides of the equation by 2.
    this will give your line #3

    Hope this helps!

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