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Y is the variable so it depends on the question

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Q: What does y equals in math?

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In math x and y means unknown answer. The mystery numbers are always different like x doesn't mean 3 and y doesn't mean 0.

That equals 2xy + 3y which factors to y(2x + 3)

5+9+y +=f f=24+r=28 Yx2=x y-5=r

x/y = 5/(y^2) and y/x = 5/(x^2). So x/y + y/x = 5/(y^2) + 5/(x^2), which equals 5x^2/(x^2 y^2) + 5y^2/(x^2 y^2) equals 5(x^2 + y^2)/25 equals (x^2 + y^2)/5. x^2 = 25/y^2, so you get (25/y^2 + y^4/y^2)/5 equals ((25 + y^4)/y^2)/25, which shows that your math teacher is on crack. Seriously, I'm not sure that's true.

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In math, y is a commonly used variable, and depending on the calculation, y has a different meaning.

each # in math can represent a letter Y is second to last letter so Y equals 6.2 or 2.0 it depends on the problem. <3

In math x and y means unknown answer. The mystery numbers are always different like x doesn't mean 3 and y doesn't mean 0.

The equation -1 3Y plus 3-Y 15 equals too 5X+25. This is a math problem.

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The math equation -13 plus 3-Y 15 equals to 5Y+25. This is learnt in college.

In a math equation, something equals something else. You haven't given any equation to work with. I'm thinking you're looking to find 'x' when 'y' equals 2, when 'y' equals 3, etc. But we need some more info to help you.

y=3.25 I believe that is the answer.......I have not math like that in a while.

How do you not know this? y = 3. y^3 - y = y(y^2-1) = y(y+1)(y-1) = 3*4*2 = 24. I apologize, for the person who first answered this question is only aware of his own skills at math, and is unaware that not everyone understands very advanced math, but he is correct, that is the answer.

The equation Y times X times 2 take away X equals 2. This is a math problem.

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