Q: How do you solve 2y equals 4x plus 4?

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4x+2y-8=0 2y=8-4x y=4-2x slope= -2

x = -8, y = 10

x= -.5

-4x=2y-16 +16 +16 (-4x+16)=(2y) /2 /2 y=-2x+8

X = -2(13 + y) / 3x = 5y / 4 - 1

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