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I tried to take the total 14y + 26cm n minus off 2y + 3 and y -1 .. then divide by 3 plus 2y +3 but my answer is wrong..

Date Posted: 1 year ago
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Esther Tang
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Hello Sarah, you shouldn't be taking the total length and subtracting 2y+3 and y-1. From reading the question, you can find out that B is the longest as it is longer than A and C. Hence, to find 3 times the length of B, you take the total and add the difference between A and B, and the difference between B and C.
Hope this helped, do comment if you have any other questions. :)
1 year ago
Thank you so much
..i see a clearer pic now