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Rewrite the equation so that y is the fucntion of x:

a. 1/7(49-7y)=5x-3y+14
b. 4(2x-3y)=-5(x+3y)

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    in the first, multiply each term by 7
    49 - 7y = 35x - 21y + 98
    14y = 35x + 49
    y = (5/2)x + 7/2

    the second is even easier, just expand, then re-arrange.

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