How to simplify this my answer to 2x+2y-13=0

My answer is :-

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How to simplify my answer to get 2x+2y-13=0

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- Jun 1st 2009, 08:33 AMmj.alawamiHow to simplify this answer?
How to simplify this my answer to 2x+2y-13=0

My answer is :-

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How to simplify my answer to get 2x+2y-13=0

Thank you - Jun 1st 2009, 08:45 AMzenjenn
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Hmm... It looks like you tried to factor a 2 out of the numerator and then cancel 2 from both the numerator and denominator but..

Factor 2 out of -15 and get... -1?

I'm not sure what your original problem was, but you may want to re-check your arithmetic over all. - Jun 1st 2009, 08:46 AMyeongil
Can you post the original problem?

01 - Jun 1st 2009, 09:13 AMVonNemo19

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multiplying both sides by Yields

??(Wondering)

The logic has gone bad.............(Crying)

It appears that something has gone way way wrong here. The only way to simplify your answer to the given equation would be to develop a new branch of Mathematics(Giggle)

Sorry buddy. but if you post the original problem, I'm here for you. - Jun 1st 2009, 09:14 AMSoroban
Hello, mj.alawami!

You made an error somewhere.

Your answer is quite impossible.

Quote:

My answer is: . . . . . wrong!

How to simplify my answer to get: .

You have: .

Multiply by

. . and we have: .

I believe you need to have: .