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Originally Posted by realistic Hello: Solve for y : Solve for y : THANK YOU
-a/-y = x/a; solve for y? cross-multiply, -(a)^2 = -xy, cancel the negative sign y = a^2/x or x = a^2/y is this what you want?
Originally Posted by pacman -a/-y = x/a; solve for y? cross-multiply, -(a)^2 = -xy, cancel the negative sign y = a^2/x or x = a^2/y is this what you want? can you explain how you cancelled the negative after cross multi? not sure how this happens
Originally Posted by dhiab Hello: Solve for y : Solve for y : THANK YOU ya thanks... can you help me with the second one plz
Originally Posted by realistic ya thanks... can you help me with the second one plz HELLO : divide by x : conclusion
Originally Posted by dhiab HELLO : divide by x : conclusion could you pleae help me with the second question plz
a negative times a negative equals a positive, man did you ever see stand and deliver or wot?
Originally Posted by furor celtica a negative times a negative equals a positive, man did you ever see stand and deliver or wot? i know that i just cant see this step [tex] are you just x it self by a negative?
think of it this way (-y) x (X) = -a^2 could be rewritten -1 x y x X = -1 x a x a -1 is a factor of both sides so cut it out
Originally Posted by furor celtica think of it this way (-y) x (X) = -a^2 could be rewritten -1 x y x X = -1 x a x a -1 is a factor of both sides so cut it out cool i see now clearly also could you help out on the second question in the title plz
sorry kid i cant understand your writing (is that paint or what?)
Originally Posted by furor celtica sorry kid i cant understand your writing (is that paint or what?) yah paint
Hello : question 2
Originally Posted by dhiab Hello : question 2 can you show the step you did in the middle of that? plz
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