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I am going into my senior year of high school and i am taking AP calc. I have always been really great at math, and i dont know if its cause its the middle of the summer, or what, but this one problem is giving me some serious trouble. Anyway, the book says to graph the equation, (it might only be possible to solve for y and then graph both equations).

Equation= 4x^{2}+4Y^{2}-4x+24y-63=0

I have tried a few times but can't get it to being Y=......

Any help appreciated (I would like if you could, to show the steps rather than just the answer, because i can get it using my calculator, but i want to be able to actually do it)

Thanks,

ben

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