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kristopher1014

  • 2 years ago

y/-2+5=12

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  1. King
    • 2 years ago
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    \[\frac{y}{-2}+5=12\] is this rite?

  2. King
    • 2 years ago
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    @kristopher1014 is the above equation posted by me the same ?then i can get to solvin it...

  3. csaltos
    • 2 years ago
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    y/(-2)+5=12 y/(-2)=12-5 y/(-2)=7 y=7*(-2) y=-14 check answer: y/(-2)+5=12 (-14)/(-2)+5=12 14/2+5=12 7+5=12 12=12 (CORRECT)

  4. kristopher1014
    • 2 years ago
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    @king yes

  5. King
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    okay so y/-2=-y/2...yes or no?

  6. kristopher1014
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    wat?

  7. King
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    @csaltos do not post the answer...

  8. csaltos
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    why ?

  9. King
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    y/-2 can be written as -y/2 yes or no?

  10. kristopher1014
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    no obviosly wth are u doing ?

  11. King
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    okay listen if u multiply a number by 1 it wont change write ..?

  12. kristopher1014
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    yup

  13. King
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    so -1/-1 is 1 write?

  14. kristopher1014
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    naww its 2 lol , jk yeah

  15. csaltos
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    lol @kristopher1014

  16. King
    • 2 years ago
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    so nw i f u multiply y/-2 * -1/-1 u will get -y/2...thats why i told y/-2=-y/2...

  17. King
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    ok?

  18. csaltos
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    go @King !!

  19. kristopher1014
    • 2 years ago
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    yup

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