Q: What is the equation for 3y plus 3y equals -1?

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Yes it is, since it can be represented in the form y = mx + b

12-3y = 15 -3y = 15-12 -3y = 3 y = -1

(5, 1)

Presumably this is a simultaneous equation in the form of: -4x+3y = 27 -2x+y = -1 Multiply all terms of the bottom equation by 2: -4x+3y = 27 -4x+2y = -2 Subtract the bottom equation from the top equation remembering that a - - is equal to a + Meaning that -4x - -4x = 0 and 27 - -2 = 29: So y will = 29 Substitute the value of y into the original equations to find the value of x Therefore: x = 15 and y = 29

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