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do i simplfy ?

yea one min

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does that make sense?

so 5/12 stays the same ?

now we can solve for y

ok im re writing it

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i got stuck

4/12y =2/12

yes!

now we need to get the y out of the denominator. do you know how to do that?

multiply ?

wait, is y in the denominator or is it just like this:
\[\frac4{12}y =\frac2{12}\]

the 1st one

sorry i've been mistyping let's try that again LOL

is it 2 ? :D

almost
so we're left with
4y=2
so what does y=?

2 .....

\[y=\frac24\]

:( i was close

because we have to divide by 4 to get y by itself

Yep you were almost there!
so now you just need to simplify \[\frac24\]

ohhh ok lol

1/2

\[y=\frac12\]
very good!