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2y^2-3=53
Enter Equation or Inequality
Solve for
y
in the equation 2y
^{2}
-3 = 53
Add + 3 to both sides of the equation
2y
^{2}
-3 + 3 = 53 + 3
2y
^{2}
= 56
Divide each side of the equation by 2
2y
^{2}
2
=
56
2
y
^{2}
=
56
2
y =
√
56
√
2
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