anonymous
  • anonymous
PLEASE HELP WILL MEDAL AND FAN In the diagram below
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katieb
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parker.goodbar
  • parker.goodbar
I can't access the diagram
michaelac959
  • michaelac959
ok the equation would be 6y-7=8y-1
anonymous
  • anonymous
Okay , how do I solve it?

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michaelac959
  • michaelac959
now you combine like terms 14y-8
michaelac959
  • michaelac959
no 6 14y-6
anonymous
  • anonymous
okay what next
michaelac959
  • michaelac959
can i get the answers please?
michaelac959
  • michaelac959
im gonna go back in my book because im doing this math im just gonna see how this goes one sec
anonymous
  • anonymous
Um, how do I solve for Y, cause I didn't take Algebra.........
michaelac959
  • michaelac959
neither did i im on geometry now but i know how to do this
anonymous
  • anonymous
yeah they just expect me to know this in my geometry class. How di I solve for Y from this.
michaelac959
  • michaelac959
r u in connections academy or k-12?
anonymous
  • anonymous
k12 WAVA, u?
michaelac959
  • michaelac959
i just need to know cuz i went to both and have the books to help
anonymous
  • anonymous
k12 WAVA OMAK HS
anonymous
  • anonymous
ahh thats cool!
michaelac959
  • michaelac959
im in connections academy but i still have the book
michaelac959
  • michaelac959
my older sister had one
anonymous
  • anonymous
I heard connections is better wish my parents lemme go
michaelac959
  • michaelac959
found it here is the page but i will explain this to you http://ocas.pearsonschool.com/ph/cd/0-13-365948-2/index.html?pageid=117&token=53616c7465645f5fb55800c5cfc291b27a50738f881ce585a96f15031b4f86a4d5da0f65fdfbec824f5dbe63ae2f65604c8bd188e8b815676175522845a73379532e04de07d080a5
anonymous
  • anonymous
Thanks!
anonymous
  • anonymous
So would I do this |dw:1444322028651:dw|
michaelac959
  • michaelac959
is that how your book showed you how to do it?
anonymous
  • anonymous
My book didn't tell me anything. The teacher just put this on the test without any explanation, I looked at everything
anonymous
  • anonymous
I don't know any of this
michaelac959
  • michaelac959
ok so i will look this up because you cant do either of these without en equal sight the problem is acd=6y-7 but it need to be like 6y-7= a number
michaelac959
  • michaelac959
giv me the abcd answers if its multiple choice
michaelac959
  • michaelac959
if i have the answer i can work backward and show you
anonymous
  • anonymous
I know! Thats how I need it to be to! It's not mulitple choice it's open ended.
michaelac959
  • michaelac959
how many questions r there?
michaelac959
  • michaelac959
cuz i can help you with the rest but i know i will look it up gimme 3 seconds
anonymous
  • anonymous
its just this one I figured out all the rest....sorry
michaelac959
  • michaelac959
its fine i will get you the answer promice
anonymous
  • anonymous
thanks alot!
michaelac959
  • michaelac959
are you adding the 2 numbers?
anonymous
  • anonymous
yeah I calclend out the -6 with a +6 and added +6 to the 14
michaelac959
  • michaelac959
yes you are because you need a problem to solve for y
michaelac959
  • michaelac959
so it would be (6y-7) + (8y-1)
michaelac959
  • michaelac959
now combine like terms (14y-7)
michaelac959
  • michaelac959
minus 6
michaelac959
  • michaelac959
subtract and get y=8
michaelac959
  • michaelac959
ok i may be wrong but that is how the book im holding showed me to do it try that and if it is wrong i am sorry if it is right you now know how to do it so 50/50 chance im sorry i couldn't help you better
anonymous
  • anonymous
thanks! ANy help is better than none! I like a 50/50 as versues a 0/100
michaelac959
  • michaelac959
any time just ask and i will try and help
anonymous
  • anonymous
alrighty! :D

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