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y-6=2
y+4 _= help
7

  • algebra2 - ,

    Please re-write. Should this say y-6=2 and y+4=7?

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    y-6
    bottom number y+4 and then 2 with a lind on bottom and 7

  • algebra2 - ,

    its suppposed to be y=

  • algebra2 - ,

    That doesn't make any sense. Sorry, but I don't know what you're trying to say.

  • algebra2 - ,

    y-6= 2/7
    ____
    y+4

  • algebra2 - ,

    For problems like these, you want to cross multiply. 7(y-6)=2(y+4), 7y-42=2y+8, 7y=2y+50, 5y=50, y=10. You can plug that in for a check and you get 4/14, whcih reduces to 2/7, so it works.

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