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antonio_xx2

  • one year ago

7y+6+4y-13-=26

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  1. Photon336
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    @antonio_xx2 the first thing you need to do is combine like terms

  2. Photon336
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    so you would 7y+4y = 11y and 6-13 = -7 11y-7 = 26

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    make sense so far? @antonio_xx2

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    oh i see thanks

  5. Photon336
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    now add 7 to both sides to get 33 = 11y and divide both sides by 11 to get 33 = 11y 11 11 y = 3

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    hope this helped

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