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write the equation 5x plus y equals 2 which equals 0 in normal form. my ans. was y equals 5 plus negative 2 or y equals 5 plus 2. if im wrong plus correct and explain why im wrong thank you.

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Damon
5 x + y = 2
y = 5 x + 2
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