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How do I solve, step by step: 1/5(13y-2)+1/10(4y+11)=

Step 1

Solve the equation 1/5(13*y *− 2) + 1/10(4*y* + 11) = 0 for *y *as follows.

Consider the expression 1/5(13*y *− 2) + 1/10(4*y* + 11).

Apply the distributive law to remove the brackets,

Step 2

Take the LCM of the denominators 5 and 10 to make the denominators are equal.

The LCM of 5 and 10 is 10 and simplify the expression as.

Step 3

Combine like ...

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