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    Solve

    2y + 1 = 1
    2y-1 y 2y-1
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    Quote Originally Posted by armygirltiff View Post
    2y + 1 = 1
    2y-1 y 2y-1
    please clarify. you should be able to look at the post you made and tell that it will be very hard for someone to figure out the fractions involved.

    post fractions like this: (numerator)/(denominator) ..........that is, including the brackets
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