Q: Where do the parentheses go in 6y plus 2-2y equals 6y if y equals 5?

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4x+6y=62 -6x+6y=-18 what is the ordered pair

6y + 4.. i think

3x-6y=-8

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

6y + 2 = y + 17 => 5y = 15 => y = 3

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4x+6y=62 -6x+6y=-18 what is the ordered pair

16 = 6y +2 Yes

6y + 4.. i think

6y

-6y + 5 = -67y=12-6y = -72-y = -12y = 12

6y

no

-6y+3 = -7y+8 -6y+7y = 8-3 y = 5

it is equal to 6y plus y

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

3x-6y=-8

6y equals 5y plus 2y can be simplified to 6y = 7y. To solve for y, subtract 7y from both sides of the equation, which gives 6y - 7y = 0. This simplifies to -y = 0, or y = 0.