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Homework Help: precalculus

Posted by Roxanne on Wednesday, March 7, 2007 at 8:36pm.

(2y+1)(y+3)(5y-2)=0

If A x B x C=0, then A, B, or C are equal to zero. Therefore, for the problem, 2y+1=0
y+3=0
5y-2=0
Solving the equations for y will give the correct answers (three of them) for y.

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