How do you solve #12(5 + 2y) = 4y  (6  9y)#?
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To solve the equation 12(5 + 2y) = 4y  (6  9y), you first distribute the 12 on the left side and simplify both sides of the equation. After that, combine like terms and isolate the variable y. Here are the steps:

Distribute the 12 on the left side: 12 * 5 + 12 * 2y = 4y  (6  9y) 60 + 24y = 4y  (6  9y)

Remove the parentheses: 60 + 24y = 4y  6 + 9y

Combine like terms: 24y  4y  9y = 6  60 11y = 66

Divide both sides by 11 to isolate y: y = 66 / 11 y = 6
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To solve the equation 12(5 + 2y) = 4y  (6  9y), you would first distribute the 12 on the left side and the negative sign on the right side, then combine like terms, and finally isolate the variable y. Here are the steps:

Distribute 12 on the left side and distribute the negative sign on the right side: 60 + 24y = 4y  6 + 9y

Combine like terms: 24y = 13y  6

Move all terms involving y to one side and constants to the other side: 24y  13y = 6 11y = 6

Divide both sides by 11 to isolate y: y = 6/11
Therefore, the solution to the equation is y = 6/11.
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When evaluating a onesided limit, you need to be careful when a quantity is approaching zero since its sign is different depending on which way it is approaching zero from. Let us look at some examples.
When evaluating a onesided limit, you need to be careful when a quantity is approaching zero since its sign is different depending on which way it is approaching zero from. Let us look at some examples.
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