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Algebraic Substitution 2y^2-y+5 y=-4
<-- Enter Algebraic Statement
<-- Enter Substitution Values separated by comma: a=2,b=3, c=4
Given the algebraic expression: 2y
^{2}
- y + 5
Evaluate using the following conditions
y = -4
Explain Substitution:
We replace the 2 instances of
y
with
-4
Perform Substitution:
2(
-4
)
^{2}
- (
-4
) + 5
Build our simplified evaluation:
32 + 4 + 5
32 + 4 + 5
41