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It appears to be a complex fraction. Without some grouping symbols to explain which part of the larger fraction (numerator or denominator) has the fraction in it there is no way to simplify it.

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Q: What is y 2 over 5 y 3 over 3?
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Since we know the slope, m = 5/3, and the y-intercept 1/2, we arw able to write the equation of the line in the slope-intercept form, y = mx + b, so we have y = (5/3)x + 1/2.The standard form of the equation of the line is Ax + By = C.y = (5/3)x + 1/2y - y - 1/2 = (5/3)x - y + 1/2 - 1/2-1/2 = (5/3)x - y or(5/3)x - y = -1/2Thus, the standard form, Ax + By = C, of the equation of the line is (5/3)x - y = -1/2.


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