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anonymous
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umm
anonymous
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9y-1=3y+2+?
anonymous
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1
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shreenithaa
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wait.. is 1 after the division or part of the numerator
anonymous
  • anonymous
after the diviosn !
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anonymous
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multiply through by the common denominator, 20
anonymous
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that will clear the fractions
anonymous
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\[\frac{ 20(9y-1) }{ 4 }=\frac{ 20(3y+2) }{ 5 }+20(1)\]
anonymous
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\[5(9y-1)=4(3y+2)+20\]
anonymous
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so y=1?
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yes

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