Example of equations with more than one variable, Algebra

                                    y = 4 - 3x /1 + 8x for x.

Solution

This one is very alike to the previous instance.  Here is the work for this problem.

y + 8xy = 4 - 3x

8xy + 3x = 4 - y

X(8 y +3) = 4 - y

x =  4 - y /8 y + 3

 

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