# SOLUTION: Find an equation for the inverse of y=3/4x+7 This is what I got so far: x=3/4y+7 x-7=3/4y ...and then what?

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 Question 180752This question is from textbook Saxon Algebra 2 : Find an equation for the inverse of y=3/4x+7 This is what I got so far: x=3/4y+7 x-7=3/4y ...and then what? This question is from textbook Saxon Algebra 2 Answer by stanbon(57307)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!Find an equation for the inverse of y=3/4x+7 -------------- 1st: Interchange x and y to get: x = (3/4)y + 7 2nd: Solve for "y": (3/4)y = x - 7 y = (4/3)(x-7) y = (4/3)x - (4/3)7 y = (4/3)x - (28/3) ======================= Cheers, Stan H.