Posted by **Angel** on Thursday, July 7, 2005 at 9:50pm.

x/2=3y/5

can you show me how you got the answer please

y=3/4x-2

I don't think it is correct.

Starting over

To solve for y

first multiply both sides by 5

(5)x/2=3y/5 (5)

Cancel 5 on right side to get

5x/2=3y

Now multiply both sides by 1/3 to get

5x/6=y

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