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Kathy
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My personal strategy for such equations is to clear the equations of all fractions first.
Eric Nicholas K
Eric Nicholas K
3 months ago
In your expression, for the first fraction, the '5' goes into the denominator

This becomes 3(3y + 12) divided by (5y).

For the second fraction, the '(2y)' is divided by the entire chunk, so the '5' goes into the numerator to become

10y divided by (3y + 12)