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    Help with an algebra equation. Cannot find an equation that can be factorised.

    I am struggling with a question for revision for my maths exam if anyone could help and explain it would be appreciated.
    The question is :
    y^2-y+2=14/(y^2-y-3)

    Thank you so much!
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    Quote Originally Posted by hardingmaths View Post
    I am struggling with a question for revision for my maths exam if anyone could help and explain it would be appreciated.
    The question is :
    y^2-y+2=14/(y^2-y-3)

    Thank you so much!
    take y^2-y=x. your eqn becomes x+2=14/(x-3). can you finish?
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