# How do you solve for y #5x+6y-12=0#?

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To solve for (y) in the equation (5x + 6y - 12 = 0), you need to isolate (y) on one side of the equation. First, move the term (5x) to the other side by subtracting (5x) from both sides of the equation. This leaves you with (6y - 12 = -5x). Then, to isolate (y), add 12 to both sides of the equation to get (6y = -5x + 12). Finally, divide both sides of the equation by 6 to solve for (y). So, (y = \frac{-5x + 12}{6}).

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