Algebra - 9th grade

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please solve for either x or y:

x/2 + y/4 = 7

  • Algebra - 9th grade -

    I'll do for x

    equation by 4 ...
    2x + y = 28
    2x = 28-y
    x = (28-y)/2

    you do for y.

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