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richardlong369

  • 2 years ago

I need help simplifying this radical ( SOLVING FOR Y )

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  1. richardlong369
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    |dw:1349831423893:dw|

  2. satellite73
    • 2 years ago
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    \[8y=\frac{1}{4}\] is a good start

  3. richardlong369
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    I DONT UNDERSTAND IT

  4. petewe
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    |dw:1349831710072:dw|

  5. richardlong369
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    i get that part

  6. petewe
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    so what's the problem?

  7. richardlong369
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    8y=1/4 so how do i solve from their?

  8. petewe
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    what do you do to both sides to get rid of 8?

  9. richardlong369
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    - 8 ?

  10. petewe
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    it's not 8 + y, it's (8)(y)

  11. richardlong369
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    which would equal 1/32

  12. petewe
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    ye

  13. richardlong369
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    so it was minues 1/4 from each side

  14. richardlong369
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    minus

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