9th Grade Foundations of Math 1

7/3y - 8 = 111

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  1. 7/3y - 8 = 111

    7/3y = 119

    y = 119/(7/3)

    y = 119 * (3/7)

    y = 357/7 = 51

    posted by Ms. Sue
  2. I need to find y, yes.

    posted by Kayla
  3. Thank you, Ms. Sue! I'm just not too amazing with fractions. I may need help with another

    posted by Kayla
  4. OK.
    And you're welcome.

    posted by Ms. Sue

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