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2-99.

Solve each equation for $y$. Show all work.

1. $x-3(y+2)=6$

$x-3y-6=6$

$-3y=-x+12$

$y= \frac{-x+12}{-3}=\frac{1}{3}x-4$

1. $\frac{6x-1}{y}-3=2$

Multiply by $y$ to remove the fractions.

Follow the same steps as in part (a).

1. $\sqrt{y-4}=x+1$

Start by squaring both sides.

1. $\sqrt{y+4}=x+2$

$y=(x+2)^2−4$