10th grade algebra

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solve the equation for x: 3x+y=6

  • 10th grade algebra -

    3x + y = 6
    -y from each side.
    3x+y-y = 6-y
    combine terms.
    3x = 6-y
    now divide both sides by 3.
    3x/3 = (6-y)/3
    x = (6-y)/3.

  • 10th grade algebra -

    X =(6 -y)/3

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