Please help with solving this problem $\displaystyle \frac{y}{3} + \frac{y}{4} = 7$
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Originally Posted by Prove It Please help with solving this problem $\displaystyle \frac{y}{3} + \frac{y}{4} = 7$ I exercise caution when someone with a better grasp of mathematics than I poses a seemingly innocuous question such as this ... what's the catch?
That's actually the first math question you ever asked on MHF Prove It But I would think you could work it out by yourself? What's wrong?
Originally Posted by Bacterius That's actually the first math question you ever asked on MHF Prove It But I would think you could work it out by yourself? What's wrong? I'm demonstrating MHF at a conference. You've just shown how quickly you can get a reply, thanks
Originally Posted by Prove It I'm demonstrating MHF at a conference. You've just shown how quickly you can get a reply, thanks Haha nice, but you made a spelling mistake in the thread title
Originally Posted by Bacterius Haha nice, but you made a spelling mistake in the thread title Serves me right for typing while talking haha. The conference was fantastic by the way
Originally Posted by Prove It Serves me right for typing while talking haha. The conference was fantastic by the way 4y+3y=84 so 7y=84 y=12
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