How do I solve 4y-2(y-2) 3

Algebra
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I am in transitional math and I am doing an algebra problem and I am not sure I know how to solve it.  4y-2(y-2)+3

Sep 30th, 2015

Thank you for the opportunity to help you with your question!

ok i will help you just should you write the eqution on the right form ok : 

if the equation is : 

4y-2(y-2)+3 = 0 

4y - 2y + 4 + 3 = 0 

2y + 7 = 0 

2y = -7 

y = -7/2 

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Sep 30th, 2015

The correct answer according to the mymathlab is 2y+7 not 2y-7

Sep 30th, 2015

ahh so is not an equation is factoring 

so the answer is : 

4y-2(y-2)+3 =  4y - 2y  + 4 + 3 =  2y + 7 


Sep 30th, 2015

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