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    Solving for y in terms of x (with multiple degree variables)

    x2 + 6xy + 2y2 = 4

    I have to solve for y in terms of x and I cannot because y has different degrees... any suggestions?
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    Re: Solving for y in terms of x (with multiple degree variables)

    Treat it as a quadratic in y, use the usual formula.
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