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using multiplication principle -2/5y=-14/15

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    Is the y in the denominator?
    When typing algebra, you need to distinguish between things like -2/(5y) and -(2/5)*y

    Parentheses can help you do that.

    If you mean
    -(2/5)y=-14/15
    multiply both sides by -5/2.

    y = 70/30 = 7/3

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