anonymous
  • anonymous
2/3(y+2) - 5/6(y-1) = 5/4(y-3) - 4 solve for y?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
This is how i do these. find a lcm and multiply all your fraction by it inorder to clear the fractions. then you will distribute into the quanities. transpose varibles and constants and divde by the coeficient infront of your variable.
anonymous
  • anonymous
So after clearing the fractions you end up with 8(y+2)-10(y-1)=15(y-3)
anonymous
  • anonymous
8y+16-10y+10=15y-45

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anonymous
  • anonymous
simplify boths sides 16-2y=15y-45
anonymous
  • anonymous
transpose 61=17y
anonymous
  • anonymous
divide both sides by 17 you end up with 61/17=y
anonymous
  • anonymous
I think I understand it now...Thanks for the little trick idea! Ill try that in future problems!
anonymous
  • anonymous
Just remember if you do it to a fraction to clear it you must do it to all the remaining quanties in the equation unless they are in perenthises

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