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ok hmmm. 1. 5y - 3 + 3 = y + 4(y-2)
2. 5y = y + 4y - 8 + 3
(sorry missed the +3 on the right side first line)

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5y - 3 = y + 4y - 8
ugh 1. 5y - 3 = 7 + 4y - 8
5y -3 + 3 = 7 + 4y -8 +3
5y = 2 + 4y
5y - 4y = 3 + 4y - 4y
*2
y = 2
thank u !!!!!!! lol now let me see if i can do it
heh np, sorry, I was sloppy, this step: 5y - 4y = 3 + 4y - 4y should have had a 2 instead of the 2, not sure how I hit 3
write an equivalent decimal for 0.4
ok so for an equivalent to .4:
you can always multipel a number by 1 to get an equivalent form of the original number, that is, number x 1 = the original number - but it just looks different
so we want to get rid of the decimal point in .4
so let's multiply it by 10/10 (which is 1)
so .4/1 x 10/10 = 4 x10/1 x 10 = 4/10
so 4/10 is an equivalent fraction to .4
now if you want an equivalent decimal
you can just add a .0
so .4 = 4 tenths
it also equals 4 tenths AND 0 hundredths
so .40 is equivalent
it also equals 4 tenths, 0 hundredths, and 0 thousandths
so .4 = .40 = .400
does that make sense? do you have any other questions?
cmfb - if you want to walk through another one I'm game
6 1/5 in decimal form
ok, so in this case, you know the first part, which is 6.
now the question is, how much is 1/5?
so decimals can also be looked at as fractions, specifically, how many out of some power of 10 (depending on the number of decimals you're going after)
after all, we know that 3/10 is .3
because we can just move the decimal one to the left when we're dividing by 10
so 6 1/5 = 6. + whatever 1/5 is if the denominator is some power of 10
so 1/5 = 1/5 * 2/2 (again, multiplying by 1 always gets you the same thing) = 1*2/5*2 = 2/10
2/10 means you can move the decimal to the left for the top number (one spot in this case)
so 1/5 = 2/10 = .2
and so 6 1/5 = 6.2
thank you so much im sorry my mom called me to help with my nephews home work
it's ok =) np. gl!
ok got time for one more
are you still there

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