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It represents an equation of a straight line which passes through the point (0, -4) and has a gradient of -2.

Q: What does y equals -2x-4 equal?

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X = 2 and Y = 3.

x-y does not equal 10.

y is equal to 108

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y equals x plus 4 when y equals 0 then x equals 2i i is the square root of negative 1

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2x4 does not equal 7, it equals 8. 2x4=8 is a correct statement.

I think you mean this as an answer, not a question. An expression does not have an equals sign (e.g 2x4). An equation does have an equals sign (e.g 2x4=8).

y=9x=3it equals ......y= 3.334

y = 15 (by transitivity)

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Y = 10x 10x = 40 y = 40

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it is equal to 6y plus y

y=-7 but I have no idea on how to get it

X = 2 and Y = 3.

x = 4 and y = 6

If x=4... then 'y' MUST equal 3 !