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Attached... this one makes my brain hurt. D: How am I in Adv. Algebra 2?

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Haha, I'm in the same hole :)
Take pills maybe?
\[|y+1| = \frac{ y }{ 2 }\]

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That's a good idea Saifoo :P
><"' I have to get ride of the y's from both sides. Arrgh! Which one?! Multiply or subtract?! D:
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I have that ^
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Sure, it's a great idea.
then just multiply both the equations by 2 both on the left and right sides.. then take the constant terms on the right side and variable terms on the left and solve..
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OH! Blonde moment there...
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|dw:1347928576842:dw| Yes? No? :/ And then I distributive property..
^that's pretty similar to mine.
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and then...
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So then the answer would be
y=−2 or \[y=-\frac{ 2 }{ 3 }\]
Right?
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