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I am having some problem with solving a problem that the teacher gave to us. I ahving been working on it, but I just can't seem to get it. I keep getting the answer 2(y-2)/y+2.

3/y-3/2y+4

  • algebra homework - ,

    I'm assuming both Ys are in the
    denominator:

    3/y - 3/2y + 4 =
    Find common denominator:
    (6 - 3 + 8y) / 2y =
    (3 + 8y) / 2y = 3/2y + 8y/2y =
    3/(2y) + 4.

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    OOPS!! Henry not anonymous

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