Solving Linear Equations

Solve the equation for y: 5x+9y=45

Simplify your answer. Use integers or fractions for any number in the expressioin.
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9y=45-5x=5(9-x), y=5(9-x)/9.

Can also be written: y=5-5x/9.
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