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Detail solution

Given the linear equation:

Looking for similar summands in the left part:

Move the summands with the other variables

from left part to right part, we given:

$$4 x = 16 y + 6$$

Divide both parts of the equation by 4

We get the answer: x = 3/2 + 4*y

4*x-16*y = 6

Looking for similar summands in the left part:

-16*y + 4*x = 6

Move the summands with the other variables

from left part to right part, we given:

$$4 x = 16 y + 6$$

Divide both parts of the equation by 4

x = 6 + 16*y / (4)

We get the answer: x = 3/2 + 4*y

Rapid solution
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x1 = 3/2 + 4*re(y) + 4*I*im(y)

$$x_{1} = 4 \operatorname{re}{\left(y\right)} + 4 i \operatorname{im}{\left(y\right)} + \frac{3}{2}$$

x1 = 4*re(y) + 4*i*im(y) + 3/2