Algebra

For each equarion, write the equivalent equation that expresses y in terms of x
(Problem A)
3x+5x-y=5y

y=

(Problem B)
3x(5-x)= x-y

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asked by Kirby
  1. Get all the y terms on one side.

    I will do B for you and let you do A.

    First, get rid of the parenthesis.

    15x-3x^2=x-y

    Move the x and multiply by -1.

    3x^2-14x=y

    I hope this helps you to do the first problem. Thanks for asking.

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    posted by PsyDAG
  2. 8x^2=6y

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