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Find the value of the variable if P is between J & K JP= 3y + 1 PK= 12y - 4 JK = 75

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  1. anonymous
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    you need to draw it out JP=3Y +1 PK=12y-4 JK=75

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    on a number line

  3. anonymous
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    if it is two dimensional

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    one *

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    i am assuming it is on a number line

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    JP + PK = JK = 75 3y + 1 + 12y - 4 = 75 15y - 3 = 75 15y = 78 y = 5.2 Plug in y = 5.2, assume that the number line starts at 0 and ends at 75 |dw:1434212648936:dw| Since the distance from J to P is going to be the coordinate point of P, P = 16.6 Someone tell me if I did this wrong....

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