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solve this in 3 variables..
i don't know where to start,,:((

y/4+z/3-x/2=4
y/2-x/6+z/15=2
y/8+z/5-x/3=2

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first find the LCD then solve as you would simultaneous equations in three unknowns

try it and post back if you need more help

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