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graph the equation and find the yintercept.
2y+5x=6
My question is do I add 5x to both sides first?? how do I start this problem?
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add 5x to each side. Then divide each side by 2.

there is no way to answer this problem. Just leave it as it is because you can't add or subtract numbers with differend variables!
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