# How do you solve #49=7(y-7)#?

Follow the order of operations represented by PEMDAS.

Observe the sequence in which the operations are represented by PEMDAS: addition and subtraction, multiplication and division, parentheses, and exponents.

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To solve the equation 49 = 7(y - 7), first distribute 7 across the parentheses, then isolate the variable y by undoing the operations.

49 = 7y - 49

98 = 7y

y = 98/7

y = 14

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