Solve for y:
$\frac{7y+3}{2}=\left(\frac{8y+1}{6}\right)+23$

Simplify your answer as much as possible.

Simplify your answer as much as possible.

usagirl007A
2021-05-11
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Solve for y:
$\frac{7y+3}{2}=\left(\frac{8y+1}{6}\right)+23$

Simplify your answer as much as possible.

Simplify your answer as much as possible.

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Liyana Mansell

Answered 2021-05-12
Author has **97** answers

We are given:
$\frac{7y+3}{2}=\left(\frac{8y+1}{6}\right)+23$

Multiply both sides by the LCD which is 6:$\frac{7y+3}{2}\left(6\right)=(\left(\frac{8y+1}{6}\right)+23)\left(6\right)$

21y+9=(8y+1)+138

21y+9=8y+139

Subtract 9 from both sides: 21y=8y+130

Subtract 8y from both sides: 13y=130

Divie both sides by 13: y=10

Multiply both sides by the LCD which is 6:

21y+9=(8y+1)+138

21y+9=8y+139

Subtract 9 from both sides: 21y=8y+130

Subtract 8y from both sides: 13y=130

Divie both sides by 13: y=10

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