If 5y-4 10 plus 11 find the value of y?
Solve the equations by moving the variable to one side : 7y + 11 = 3y + 25 (subtract 3y from each side) 4y + 11 = 25 (subtract 11 from each side) 4y = 14 Y = 3.5
Here x is equls to 9 and y is equal to 4
-10 + 4 = -6
Find the value or values of y in the quadratic equation y to the second power plus 4y plus 4 equals 7?
The quadratic formula provides the answer easily. y=-2-Sqrt(7) or y=-2+Sqrt(7) where Sqrt(7) is the square root of 7.
2x + 5y = 10 Subtract 2x from each side: 5y = -2x + 10 Divide each side by 5: y = - (2/5)x + 2 Slop = - (2/5) Y-intercept = 2
y = 2x+5 x+y = 4 Substitute the value of y into the second equation: x+2x+5 = 4 x+2x = 4-5 3x = -1 Divide both sides by 3 to find the value of x: x = -1/3 Substitute th…e value of x into the original equations to find the value of y: x = -1/3 and y = 4 and 1/3
2y+5y=10 7y=10 y=10/7
Find the illegal values of c in the multiplication statement c2-3c-10 over c2 plus 5c-14 by c2-c-2 over c2-2c-15?
5y+8=7y subtract 5y from each side , 5y+8=7y -5y -5y 8=2y /2 /2 4=y
-4x + 5y = 10 Add 4x to each side: 5y = 4x + 10 Divide each side by 5: y = 0.8x + 2 The graph of this equation is a straight line with [ slope = 0.8 ] and [ …y-intercept = 2 ].
The answer to y m 3 2y plus 10 and m 4 5y plus 100 is m = -15, andy = 1/3.
If you mean y+10 = 4 then the value of y is -6