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(y * x) - y = y * (x - 1)

you can't simplify that anymore, you have to know what either x or y equals

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(4x + 12)/(8x - 4y) = [4(x) + 4(3)]/(4(2)(x) - 4y] = 4(x + 3)/4(2x - y) = (x+ 3)/(2x - y)

you subtract x from both sides for both equations to get it in y= form. so... x+y=5 x+y-x=5-x y=5-x x+y=6 x+y-x=6-x y=6-x thanks:D but i meant with absolute value signs it was supposed to look like this : |x+y|=5 and |x|+|y|=6 ... but when i typed it in answers.com changed it

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