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I think i am working this problem wrong: 6y-5(3y-4)=10, I got the answer of 10/9

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    I mean I got y=10/9

    • 2 years ago
  2. KDroid Group Title
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    Roots: 1.869498427, 0.2971682389 Discriminant turns out to be 801. Bit Peculiar. Are you sure that the question is correct? :)

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    The RHS should be 0 for a normal answer. if I consider RHS 0, the answers are 4/3 & 5/6.

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    what is RHS? i will check the question again

    • 2 years ago
  5. Arnab09 Group Title
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    well, ur answer is correct, @ Ava

    • 2 years ago
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    yes, that is the equation I am asked to solve

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    thank you Arnab09

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    I too get y as 10/9

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  9. KDroid Group Title
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    10/9 is the wrong answer :|

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    why? @ KDroid?

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    10/9 isn't satisfying the equation. :|

    • 2 years ago
  12. Arnab09 Group Title
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    this is a linear equation, not quadratic. how do u find 2 roots?

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  13. KDroid Group Title
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    Oh I mistook. I multiplied (6y-5) & (3y-4). My Bad. Oops. 10/9 is correct. :)

    • 2 years ago
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    y = 10/9 is correct.

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