Posted by **Charlotte** on Wednesday, October 2, 2013 at 6:52pm.

1. Solve for x.

4(x - b) = x

b = 4/3x

b = 3/4x

x = 4/3b

x = 3/4b

2. Solve for y, then find the value of y when given x = 2.

6x = 7 - 4y

-12

7/4

19/4

24

I need help solving these. Can you please explain how to solve these problems?

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