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  1. samaer34
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    |dw:1360820302250:dw| what is y?

  2. shania0703
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    @hartnn Can you help?

  3. shania0703
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    I dont know how to explain how he can find 'y'.

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    for the data given, since the 3 lines given are parallel, they make equal intercepts in between, so \(\dfrac{6}{x}=\dfrac{3x}{6}\) first find x from here.

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    *since the 2 lines given are parallel

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    Thanks @hartnn

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