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5y + 2 = 1/2(10y + 4)

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    i dont get it :/

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    5y + 2 = 5y + 2 Its identity, someone had the same question before

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    Basically the 1/2 you distribute to the 10y and 4, half of 10 is 5 and half of 4 is 2 so therefore it is 5y + 2

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    oooooooo kk. got it :) thank you

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    and since 5y + 2 = 5y + 2 they are the exact same thing

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    No prob

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