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Solve 4x+8y=6 when x = 6

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1. Substitute \( x = 6 \) into the equation \( 4x + 8y = 6 \):

4(6) + 8y = 6

2. Simplify \(4(6)\):

24 + 8y = 6

3. Subtract 24 from both sides:

8y = 6 - 24

4. Simplify the right-hand side:

8y = -18

5. Divide both sides by 8:

y = \frac{-18}{8} = -\frac{9}{4}

Answer:

y = -\frac{9}{4}

2. Simplify \(4(6)\):

3. Subtract 24 from both sides:

4. Simplify the right-hand side:

5. Divide both sides by 8:

Answer:

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