Q: What is 6 6( 4) 15y x?

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x/5y + 2x/3y = 3x/15y + 10x/15y = 13x/15y

X - 15y is an expression: neither an equation nor an inequality. There is, therefore, nothing which can be solved.

15y+14=2(5y+6) 15y+14=10y+12 15y+14-14=10y+12-14 15y=10y-2 15y-10y=10y-2-10y 5y=-2 y=-2/5

x=20 y=-3

6 to the 3rd times 4 to the 2nd

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x=− 2 5y − 6 7

It is two terms of an algebraic expression in the form of: x-15y

x/5y + 2x/3y = 3x/15y + 10x/15y = 13x/15y

X - 15y is an expression: neither an equation nor an inequality. There is, therefore, nothing which can be solved.

15y+14=2(5y+6) 15y+14=10y+12 15y+14-14=10y+12-14 15y=10y-2 15y-10y=10y-2-10y 5y=-2 y=-2/5

15y = 10x + 12 Divide both sides by '15' Hence y = (10/15)x + 12/15 Cancel down the fractions y = (2/3)x + 4/5 : This is the slope/intercept form. Hence the slope is 2/3 and the intercept is 4/5

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x=20 y=-3

15x - 15y = -10 :add 15y to both sides ---> 15x = 15y - 10add 10 to both sides ---> 15x + 10 = 15ydivide both sides by 15 ---> x + 10/15 = y ---> x + 2/3 = yThe final equation y = x + 2/3 in the form y = mx + b, with m =1 and b = 2/3.Slope (m) is 1, and y-intercept (b) is 2/3.

5(x + 2 + 3y)

5x-15y = -10

6 to the 3rd times 4 to the 2nd