# How do you solve #5=y/3-9#?

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To solve the equation (5 = \frac{y}{3} - 9), you can follow these steps:

- Add 9 to both sides to isolate the fraction: (5 + 9 = \frac{y}{3}).
- Simplify the left side: (14 = \frac{y}{3}).
- Multiply both sides by 3 to isolate (y): (3 \times 14 = y).
- Simplify: (42 = y).

So, the solution to the equation is (y = 42).

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To solve the equation 5 = y/3 - 9, you would first add 9 to both sides to isolate the y/3 term, then multiply both sides by 3 to solve for y.

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