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x=-6y^2 + 4y
To solve for y, you need to isolate it on one side of the equation. This can be done by using inverse operations, such as addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. Once y is isolated, you can then solve for it by performing the operations on the other side of the equation.
The steps to solving for y may vary depending on the specific equation, but generally, the steps are as follows:
Sure, let's say we have the equation 3y + 6 = 18. To solve for y, we need to isolate it on one side of the equation. To do this, we can subtract 6 from both sides of the equation, giving us 3y = 12. Then, we divide both sides by 3, giving us y = 4. So the solution for y in this equation is 4.
If there are variables on both sides of the equation, the first step is to try to simplify the equation by combining like terms. Then, you can follow the same steps as mentioned earlier, isolating the variable you want to solve for and performing inverse operations on both sides of the equation.
Yes, as long as there is a variable for y in the equation, it can be solved for. However, some equations may require more complex methods or multiple steps to solve for y.