# Math

Question asks to solve for x with equation:

x = 3(r + ty)

Please help with how to solve? Thank you.

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1. What are the values for r, t and y?

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posted by PsyDAG
2. Sorry, I should have corrected that it is to solve to 'y'. So, the question is:

x = 3(r + ty) Solve for y.

Can you help please.

Cassandra

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