5 = 2x + 3y/3x +5y how do i isolate for x/y ? Thanks
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Originally Posted by rish 5 = 2x + 3y/3x +5y how do i isolate for x/y ? Thanks I'm seeing and wondering if maybe something was mistyped. It's not that it's wrong, it's just that the 3 is obviously going to cancel out, so why is it in there...? Also, what do you mean by isolate? Do you mean change it into a y= form?
Oh sorry, I mean to say 5x + 6y in the denominator I just need to to solve for x an y sorry about that
Originally Posted by rish 5 = 2x + 3y/3x +5y how do i isolate for x/y ? Thanks I'm assuming ... since , divide every term by ...
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