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-6y + 5 = -67y=12-6y = -72-y = -12y = 12

X divided by -Y is the same as -X divided by Y. Or - (X/Y)

1 divided by x divided by 2 divided by y is 1/(2xy).

unless you have something to plug in the answer will be y/x or y divided by x or y over x

y divided by 7 is y/7 7 divided by y is 7/y

If X and Y are the first two numbers, then the third must be = 67 - (X+Y)

The numbers are 29 and 38.This is found by using the equations x + y = 67and x - y = 9. So y = 67 - x. So x - (67 - x) = 9. This means that 9 + 67 = 2x, so x = 38 and y = 29.

If you mean (-6, 7) then it is 6 units away from the y axis

3/Y+7\Y=9 =>Y=10\9

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"x divided by y" = x/y

Y = 15 15 divided by 5 = 3

Sesenta y siete = 67! :D

Say the number is y (y x 9) - 14 = 67 (+14) y x 9 = 81 (/9) y = 9 so the number is 9

It is expressed as: y/2

It is "sesenta y siete."

10x + y = 67 ( y=17) what does x equal?

It is then x/y when simplified

The expression is: y/6x

wat is the whole problem that actually it is 42

y divided by 9561 = 407 y = 407 x 9561 y = 3891327 3891327 divided by 9561 = 407

X goes into Y is really Y divided by X

1. Whenever you divide a number by itself, the answer is 1, except when dividing by zero.

( 6x2 / y ) × ( y3 / 12x4) = 6x2y3 / 12x4y = y2 / 2x2

2x / (y-2) + 2x / (2-y)First get a common denominator: (y-2) (2-y)Then you have:2x(2-y) / (y-2)(2-y) + 2x(y-2) / (y-2)(2-y), summing and simplifying, you get:(4x-4) / (y-2)(2-y)

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