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Q: What is the solution to the equation y equals -2.5?

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If you mean 28 = 7+y then the solution of the equation is y = 21

It is a simultaneous equation and its solution is x = -1 and y = -5

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(0, 6.5) is one option.

On the list that accompanies the question, there is no equation with that solution.

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The equation is [ 5y = 35 ].The solution to the equation is [ y = 7 ].

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Yes it is. The solution is: y=4 .

If you mean 28 = 7+y then the solution of the equation is y = 21

The equation 6 + y = 12 is a simple equation in one variable. If you add 6 to both sides of the equals sign, you get y = 18, and that is the solution.

Another solution for x+y = 7 is y = -x+7

No. -4 does not equal -2(1).

Subtracting the second equation from first: 3x - y = 25 3x + 4y = 5 0x - 5y = 20 5y = -20 y = -4 Plugging y = -4 into either equation gives us x = 7, So x = 7 and y = -4

If: 6+y =37 Then: y = 31

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