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i can't read it properly :(

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can u plz write it through equation editor :)
Looks like \[x-y=24\] \[\frac{1}{2}x+3 = 20\]
i dont know how to write the the mark underline the equation :(
Sorry, the second one should be 1/2x+3=120?
eyad,u know the l shaped sign u made ,what does that mean??
@thrustfault :not only that ,with the underline mark
@hartnn :hmmm,I think it was fractional anyway i know some property may help anyone to recognize it : |dw:1344856830420:dw|
Floor brackets?
x/2=20-3 x=(20-3)2 x=17/2
ahh factorial notation?
i knew what it meant...i just wanted to know if u did...
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put the value in the equation x - y=24 17/2-y=24
yea I think its @satellite73
got it that is very nice notation. most people use \(n!\)
yea i use it in calculator through !
and since i cannot typset it that way here, i will use \(n!\)
ok
since (x-y)!=24....x-y=4 i converted that into linear equation....can u do the same thing for 2nd equation??
\(5!=120\) so \(\frac{1}{2}x+3=5\) solve for \(x\) you good from there ?
yes i got it Ty
Ty=?
Thank you :)
ok between my response and @hartnn answer you have two equations to solve, which you can just about do in your head right?

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