# SOLUTION: use the equation 2(2-y)=3x what are the values of y, when x= -4, 0, 2/3, and 3?

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 Question 161866: use the equation 2(2-y)=3x what are the values of y, when x= -4, 0, 2/3, and 3?Found 2 solutions by Alan3354, checkley77:Answer by Alan3354(31487)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!use the equation 2(2-y)=3x what are the values of y, when x= -4, 0, 2/3, and 3? -------------- 2(2-y)=3x Solve for y 4 - 2y = 3x -2y = 3x-4 y = 2 - (3x/2) ------------ at x = -4: y = 2 -(-12/2) y = 2+6 y = 8 ----------- at x = 0 y = 2 ---------- at x = 2/3 y = 2 - 1 y = 1 ------------ at x = 3 y = 2 - 9/2 y = -5/2 Answer by checkley77(12569)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!2(2-y)=3x x=-4,0, 2/3, & 3. 4-2y=3*-4 -2y=-12-4 -2y=-16 y=-16/-2 y=8 ans. ---------- 4-2y=3*0 -2y=-4 y=-4/-2 y=2 ans. ----------------- 4-2y=3*2/3 -2y=6/3-4 -2y=2-4 -2y=-2 y=-2/-2 y=1 ------------------ 4-2y=3*4 -2y=12-4 -2y=8 y=8/-2 y=-4 ans.