# college math 209

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solve for y, 5y^2-13y=6
I did forget the exponent the first time..

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Gather terms on the right-hand-side, and factor:
5y^2-13y=6
5y^2-13y-6 = 0
(5y-3)(y-2)=0
y=3/5 or y=2

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