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-2/5m-4=6
-2/5m-4=6, -2/5m = 6 + 4, -2/5m = 10 m = -25
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Updated 7/31/2014 11:44:35 AM
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2/9y - 4 = 2/3;
2/9y = 2/3 + 4;
2/9y = 14/3;
y = (14/3)/(2/9);
y = (14*9)/(3*2);
y = 126/6;
y = 21
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1/2y-7=9
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Updated 7/28/2014 2:42:10 PM
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1/2y - 7 = 9;
1/2y = 9 + 7;
1/2y = 16;
y = 16/(1/2);
y = 32
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