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How to solve the equation for algebra 1 problem?
Solve the equation for y: 6(y2)+5=13
Can any one explain how to do it. Explaining please not just the answer:)
I am sure your teacher has mentioned the acronym PEMDAS to you before.
P = Parentheses E = Exponents M = multiplication D = division A = addition S = subtraction
The first thing you have to do is simplify the equation by following these steps.
P – inside the parentheses is just (y2), which is as simple as it can get, so there’s nothing more you can do E – there are no exponents, so nothing to do there M – multiplication. On the left side of the equation, you have the 6 outside the parentheses, which you have to multiply by the (y2) inside. So you multiply 6y and then 62. This gets rid of the parentheses, and you get 6y12. Then just copy on the rest of the equation, so the whole thing looks like 6y12+5=13. D – no division A/S – combine all similar terms by adding or subtracting them. On the left side of the equation you can add together 12 + 5 to get 7. The whole equation then looks like 6y  7=13. Now add 7 to both sides of the = sign, and you’ll have 6y = 6.
Now instead of 6y, you just want to solve for a single y, so you divide both sides by 6. You’ll be left with y=1, which should be your answer.
To find out if you’ve done it all right, now you can check by putting your answer of y=1 into the original problem and see if it alll works.
6(12)+5 = 13 6(3) + 5 = 13 18 + 5 =  13 13 = 13 It works, so the answer was correct.
Good luck.
answerguy is correct here, kinage lost the “+5” somewhere while he was doing the equation, which messed it all up.
To remember the order:
Please Excuse My Dear Aunt Sally (Parenthesis Exponents Multiplication Division Addition Subtraction)
Parenthesis (y2) is already simplified, they are unlike terms. (“Please”)
Exponents: there are none (“Excuse”)
So, next is multiplication:
6(y2) + 5 = 13 6y  12 + 5 = 13 (multiply the 6 by everyhing in the parenthesis, so 6 times *y and 6 times2, which is 12), “My”
Then division (“Dear”) (none)
Addition and Subtraction, in order: (“Aunt Sally”). Leave the 6 alone because it’s attached to the *y, so an unlike term. 6y12+5 = 7,
so 6y7=13 Add 7 to both sides:
6y=  6,
y = 1
ok well you multiply 6 by everything in the bracket so itl be 6y12+=13 then you move the y’s to one side and the numbers to the other so it will become 6y=1213 the 12 changes to a + 12 when it moves over the = sign so your left with 6y= 1 and the answer is y=1 I think thats the right answer lol

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