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when I try to solve the equation 9x-5y=4, my answer is y=9/5+4/5. is this correct because I am having trouble trying to do a table of values for this equation.

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  1. No.

    y=9x/5 - 4/5

    check the signs.

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    bobpursley
  2. thanks for your help.

    since the answer is a fraction
    y=9x/5-4/5, is it possible to create a table of values. for instance if I use -4

    9(4)/5 - 4/5
    36/5 - 4/5
    7.25-4/5 =3.25/5 or .65

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