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3(2y+5)=3

2y+5=3/3

2y+5=1

2y=1-5

2y=-4

y=-4/2

y=-2

answer is **y = - 2**

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3(2y+5)=3

2y+5=3/3

2y+5=1

2y=1-5

2y=-4

y=-4/2

y=-2

answer is **y = - 2**

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