Q: How do you solve y to the 3 plus 9y plus 10y-5 divided by y plus 2?

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well we can't simiply solve that problem. we must no what y= to solve this. So u can only simpify ok combine like terms. 2y plus 9y is 11y. your answer is 11y+9

(-y+4)+ (9y-6) (9y-y) + (4-6) 8y - 2

The variables have no known values and as an expression it is: 5x+9y+5

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All sides of a rhombus are the same length. So x + 9 = 50 so that x = 41 Also, 9y + 5 = 50 so that 9y = 45 and therefore y = 5

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well we can't simiply solve that problem. we must no what y= to solve this. So u can only simpify ok combine like terms. 2y plus 9y is 11y. your answer is 11y+9

9y subtract 11 equals 7

To solve for 2 unknown variables you need 2 independent equations. You have only 1.

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If by "What is the answer to", you mean "How do you factor", then we can solve it as follows: x2 + 13xy + 36y2 = x2 + 4xy + 9xy + 36y2 = x(x + 4y) + 9y(x + 4y) = (x + 9y)(x + 4y)

9y - 4x

10y= 6y+5+3y 10y=6+9y y=6

(-y+4)+ (9y-6) (9y-y) + (4-6) 8y - 2

x-9y

The variables have no known values and as an expression it is: 5x+9y+5

2x + 3y + 4x + 9y = 2x + 4x + 3y + 9y = 6x + 12y which can be simplified to 6(x + 2y)

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