# Algebra

Rewrite the equation 2x+4y+2=3y+5 in general form.

A.2x+y-3=0 C.2x+y=3
B.y=-2x+3 D.2x+7y+7=0

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1. B. y=-2x+3 because:
2x+4y+2=3y+5
2x+4y-3y+2=3y-3y +5
2x-2x+ y+2=-2x+5
y+2-2=-2x+5-2
y=-2x+3

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