bookylovingmeh
4y+3y=7 easyy medel
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amorfide
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add y terms
4+3=7
7y=7
divide by 7
y=1
andriod09
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\[4y+3y=7\]
\[7y=7\]
\[y=1\]
andriod09
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AMG stupid lag.
bookylovingmeh
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well i got 4
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how?
bookylovingmeh
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4y+3y=7
4y=7-3x y=7-3x
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STUCKINTHIS
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Lol I hate math! xD
andriod09
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your supposed to combine like terms
bookylovingmeh
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ughh ion got time for dis
STUCKINTHIS
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WOOT! ME EITHER!! xD
andriod09
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you don't minus the 3, it goes:
\[4y+3y=7\]\[7y=7\]\[y=1\] just think that there isn't a y next to the 4 and 3, \[4+3=7\]and the combine them and then add the y. \[7y=7\] and then simplify \[y=1\]
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why did you answer your own question
andriod09
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i didn't answer my own question. what are you?
\[\huge Stupid?\]
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skler
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oh yeah ma bad brah
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Ahahaha pie