solve 4y − y + 11 = 38?

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  • 4y – y + 11 = 38

    3y = 38 – 11

    3y = 27

    y = 27/3

    y = 9

  • Y=9

  • first you combine like terms:

    4y-y+11=38: you subtract 4y by y making it 3y

    now the equation looks like this:

    3y+11=38

    then you subtract 38-11 making it 27.

    then you divide 27 by 3 leaving the y by itself,

    making y=9.

  • 4Y – Y + 11 = 38

    3Y = 27

    Y = 9

  • 4y-y+11=38

    3y+11=38

    3y=27

    y=9

  • y= 9

    Check :

    4(9) = 36

    36-9 = 27

    27+11=38

    y=9

    Source(s): My knowledge lol .
  • y=9

    4y-y=3y

    then you have 3y+11=38

    then subtract 11 from both sides then you get 3y=27

    then divide both sides by 3 and y=9

    hope this helps

    Source(s): ap calculus

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