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Q: How do you solve 4x-y2 and 3x y5?

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If you mean: 3x-y=5 then y=3x-5 and the perpendicular equation is y=-1/3x-7

solve -3x-3y=-15

y5(x3 - 8)

3x + 2y = 12 ie 2y = 12 - 3x so y = 6 - 3x/2

6-y5 = 1

You can't solve 5x+3x there isn't a equal sign. But you can simplify it to be 8x

you cant solve but you can simplify -55x

3x=12

x5+y5

You can't exactly FOIL it because you don't have a problem in the form of (3x + 2)(4x - 6) Frankly, I don't understand exactly what question you are trying to solve, so I'll give you a couple of examples that might help. (-y32) times (2y - 4xy2) turns into: ((-1)(y32) times 2y) plus ((-1)(y32) times ((-1)(4xy2)) which becomes -2y33 plus 4xy34 which would be more often expressed as 4xy34 - 2y33 Perhaps you meant something more like this: (-y times 32) times (2y - 4xy2) turns into: (-32y) times (2y - 4xy2) which becomes (-y times 2y) + (-y times -4xy2) + (32 times 2y) + (32 times -4xy2) which becomes -2y2 + 4xy3 + 64y - 128xy2 which is 4xy3 -128 xy2 - 2y2 + 64y I'm sure if I'm gotten it wrong, someone will straighten it out. Also, if this doesn't help, please fix up the original question so it can be answered properly.

wat does 2y-3x-6 equal

If you mean: y-3x = 5 then in slope intercept form y = 3x+5

2y-3x=4

3x-11 for x=9

4xy2

3x-y=9 y=3x-9

It is: 8-2x

126

By subtracting 2x from 3x and getting x, which is equal to 35.

3x - 4 = -2 The answer is x=2/3

3x=24 x=8

(3x-2)(x-2)

Calculate the slope of the given line. Any line parallel to it will have the same slope.

The GCF is y5.

Y5 is the latest techonlogy,a form of wireless internet.

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