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bookylovingmeh Group Title

4y+3y=7 easyy medel

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  1. amorfide Group Title
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    add y terms 4+3=7 7y=7 divide by 7 y=1

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    \[4y+3y=7\] \[7y=7\] \[y=1\]

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    AMG stupid lag.

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  4. bookylovingmeh Group Title
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    well i got 4

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  5. andriod09 Group Title
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    how?

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    4y+3y=7 4y=7-3x y=7-3x 4

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    Lol I hate math! xD

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  8. andriod09 Group Title
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    your supposed to combine like terms

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  9. bookylovingmeh Group Title
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    ughh ion got time for dis

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    WOOT! ME EITHER!! xD

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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

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  13. andriod09 Group Title
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    i didn't answer my own question. what are you? \[\huge Stupid?\] \[\large JK.\]

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    oh yeah ma bad brah

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    Ahahaha pie

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