# How do you solve #x+3y=y+110# for y?

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To solve ( x + 3y = y + 110 ) for ( y ), you can start by isolating the variable ( y ) on one side of the equation. Subtract ( y ) from both sides of the equation:

( x + 3y - y = 110 )

This simplifies to:

( x + 2y = 110 )

Then, subtract ( x ) from both sides of the equation:

( x - x + 2y = 110 - x )

This simplifies to:

( 2y = 110 - x )

Finally, divide both sides of the equation by 2 to solve for ( y ):

( \frac{2y}{2} = \frac{110 - x}{2} )

This gives:

( y = \frac{110 - x}{2} )

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