Q: Can Y go into Y

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If the y value in Y/X is a negative.

No, day goes on the x axis and time goes on the y axis.

As Y and W are not numbers, you can not divide one by the other.

X is divisible by Y if there is an integer Z such that X = Y*Z that is, Y will go into X without remainder.

First, the line would intercept the y-axis at positive 3. Then for every one you go left on the x, then you would go down one on the y.

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W goes into Y: y ÷ W = Y/W times.

Once

if Y ≠ 0 → Y ÷ Y = 1 If Y = 0, Y ÷ Y = any and every number (it is the basis of calculus).

allons-y France allons-y

one time

"Vas-y" is a French phrase that translates to "go ahead" or "come on" in English. It is used to encourage someone to proceed or take action.

go! go there.

"Vas y" can be translated to "go ahead" or "come on" in English.

The equation is d = y/swhere d is the distance that you go up, y is the difference in the y variable and s is the scale of the y-axis.

3+y=y+3 -3 -3 y=y any number

W goes into Y: y ÷ W = Y/W times.

"To go there"- "Pour y aller"