Solve 1+3/y/5/y^2

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I don't understand your question
Y=1/20 i guess
\[\frac{\frac{1+3}{y}}{\frac{5}{y^2}}\]is this ur question ?

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Yes i guess but how did you do it ??
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What's that ??
\[1+3\div y \div 5 \div y^2 \] is it that huh ?
now it can be right as \[(1+3)y^2 \div 5(y)\]
now it also can be right as (1+3)y/5=4y/5
so y=5/4
no. 4y/5. It is an expression so you don't have an equal sign
y=5/4
Mathlete yes that is the problem. How is that solved

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