# How do you solve #3y - 20 = 8y#?

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To solve the equation 3y - 20 = 8y, first, subtract 3y from both sides to isolate the variable:

3y - 3y - 20 = 8y - 3y

-20 = 5y

Then, divide both sides by 5 to solve for y:

-20/5 = y

y = -4

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