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pleaaassee hellpp??

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    Any ideas?

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    do u have 2 cross multiply something?

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    |dw:1359750688121:dw|

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    yea, you could cross multiply

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    Yes mutiply both sides by 9y and 7y-5

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    but how? what do u do with the y's and the minus signs?

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    |dw:1359750888527:dw|

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    |dw:1359750915466:dw|

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    and then distribute?

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    Yes.

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    yea. then solve it like any other equation

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    oohh ok thanks guuuuys!!:)

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    Remember the restrictions.

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    uuhh..?

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  17. skullpatrol
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    Look at the original equation. If the denominator equals 0 it no longer is a valid equation, right?

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    right..

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