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By definition:

4y-2 = 6y+8

4y-6y = 8+2

-2y = 10

y = -5 and by substituting this value into the equation x = -22

Q: What is x equals 4y-2 and x equals 6y plus 8?

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3x-6y=-8

7y-8 = 6y+1 7y-6y = 1+8 y = 9

Subtracting gives: 10x = 80 so x = 8 and y = 5

Two ways to see this: 6y=8-9+6y 6y=6y-1 No answer here 6y= 8-(9+6y) 6y+(9+6y)=8 12y+9=8 12y=-1 y= -(1/12) or -0.08333...

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3x-6y=-8

7y-8 = 6y+1 7y-6y = 1+8 y = 9

Subtracting gives: 10x = 80 so x = 8 and y = 5

Two ways to see this: 6y=8-9+6y 6y=6y-1 No answer here 6y= 8-(9+6y) 6y+(9+6y)=8 12y+9=8 12y=-1 y= -(1/12) or -0.08333...

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Solving these simultaneous equations by the elimination method:- x = 1/8 and y = 23/12

5y + 3 = 6y + 8 Subtract 5y from both sides: 3 = y + 8 Subtract 8 from both sides: -5 = y So y = -5

6y-5=8+10y 6y-10y=8+5 -4y=13 y=-3.,25 because: 6*3.25-5=-24,5 and 8+10*3.25=-24,5 true

6y-1+8=32 first add -1+8 then your answer move it to the other side of the equation 6y=25 then divide by 6 to live y alone y=25/6

y=3.25 I believe that is the answer.......I have not math like that in a while.