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10y=3y+9+6y

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  1. anonymous
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    10y=3y+9+6y 3y 3y -----------------

  2. anonymous
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    \[x=1/9\]

  3. anonymous
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    am i suppose to do that?

  4. anonymous
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    Put the other 3y on the other side and subtract to get what?

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    10y 3y ----?

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    7y?

  7. anonymous
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    Yes and you should end up with 7y=9+6y

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    yes and then do i subtract 7y and 6y?

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    yes and then you have what?

  10. anonymous
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    which is 1y=9 so then it equals 1/9? right?

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    You got it!

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    THANKS!! :D

  13. anonymous
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    No Problem

  14. asnaseer
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    @SOSAlgebra5510: Small mistake in the final part: 10y = 3y + 9 + 6y = 9 + 6y + 3y (put the y factors together) = 9 + 9y (add the y's) 10y - 9y = 9 + 9y - 9y (subtract 9y from both sides) y = 9

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